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AdmissionsAt Bethany Seminary, we understand Jesus as our teacher-rabbi who serves as the model educator. Our curriculum, pedagogy, and community are rooted in his teaching ministry calling us to

  • free the inner life for outreaching service to neighbor and stranger;
  • form respectful communities in which each person is regarded as beloved;
  • examine social, political, and religious structures and systems that do harm;
  • relieve suffering by transforming conflict nonviolently and serving justice creatively; and
  • integrate wisdom, ethics, the arts, and theology in all vocations.

Imagine studying God, self, world and other for the next step in your pilgrimage. Either enjoy the rich Midwestern community of Richmond, Indiana, or study from a distance through our Connections program. Explore our academic programs by scheduling a Campus Visit. Explore our course listing and the eight formats we offer. Be sure to read our student stories and the many ways that a Bethany education is transforming lives.

Imagine . . . here at Bethany Seminary! (Enjoy the video!)

 

 

 


For more information, use our webform to Contact Admissions now, call 800-287-8822, or contact members of the Admissions Team directly:

Tracy PrimozichTracy Primozich, Director of AdmissionsApply Now!
     primotr@bethanyseminary.edu      765-983-1832
 

 

Amy Gall RitchieAmy Gall Ritchie, Director of Student Development
     ritcham@bethanyseminary.edu      765- 983-1806

 

 

Monica Rice
Master of Arts

MonicaIt is no small task to choose a topic that will hold enough interest to devote countless hours and hundreds of pages of reading and writing. I have found that topic in researching the tradition of the prayer covering in the Church of the Brethren. This practice piqued my curiosity because of the lack of available writing and discussion about it. For instance, the last time that Annual Meeting/Conference addressed the covering was 1925!