Sioux Falls Seminary is once again taking requests for free copies of the Advent devotional booklets and Seminary Sunday inserts. Additionally, churches may request personal visits by seminary personnel to your congregation.
Sioux Falls Seminary has been exploring the topic of faith, work, and economics over the past year in a variety of different ways. The seminary recently shared some of the ways in which it is engaging the topic in The Oikonomia Network newsletter.
In honor of President Mike Hagan's 29 years of service as Professor, Dean, and President at Sioux Falls Seminary, you are invited to join us for an Open House on Friday, September 27, from 4-6:00 p.m. in the lobby at Sioux Falls Seminary. Open to the public.
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.
Sioux Falls Seminary is pleased to introduce a training program in spiritual direction for individuals who listen people to life on their spiritual journeys. The two-year program, which is available at the non-degree and graduate level, begins this fall!
Sioux Falls Seminary is seeking candidates and nominations for the position of President. Please consider your possible involvement in the process by joining us in prayer, nominating a potential candidate, or submitting an application.
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.
Our new Training in Spiritual Direction Program, offered at the master's and non-degree level, is designed for individuals who accompany others on their life journeys. Please join us for a casual Open House on Monday, August 5, 2013, to learn more.
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.
Retiring professors Dr. Del Donaldson and Dr. Ted Faszer both received Emeritus Faculty status during the commencement service at First United Methodist Church. Combined, they have served the seminary and its students for 56 years.