Summit House at Sioux Falls Seminary has openings for current and incoming students. If you feel called to outreach or community development or are interested in learning about the fears, struggles, desires, and needs of people—life at Summit House might be for you.
It didn't take long for Summit House residents to realize that their brood of chickens could provide more than fresh eggs. The birds are proving to be yet another way house residents can build relationships with neighbors of any age.
Through Summit House, student Jesse Walhof is living out his passion for community outreach to at-risk individuals. On July 1, he will become the Resident Director for Summit House. His new role will allow him to live out his passion in a new way.
Sioux Falls Seminary’s Summit House has rooms available for any student looking to live together in community and serve the Pettigrew Heights neighborhood of Sioux Falls.
Summit House at Sioux Falls Seminary invites churches, small groups, and individuals to join them for a week of prayer.
Despite a recent homicide in the Pettigrew Heights neighborhood, student residents at Sioux Falls Seminary are more dedicated than ever to bring about restoration and revitalization.
Summit House at Sioux Falls Seminary began dreaming sessions for affordable housing last year.
Sioux Falls Seminary is celebrating the award of a United Way Community Impact Grant for the work of Summit House.
Grant Received will Help Summit House Serve Better
The Sioux Falls Argus Leader recently printed an article about the efforts of Sioux Falls Seminary's Summit House