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Consider your call to pursue theological education. Whether you are interested in ordained ministry, religious scholarship, lay leadership, or spiritual seeking, this portal page will provide you insight into the breadth and depth of Bethany’s Incarnational education, where the Living Word bears witness to the world.

 

AdmissionsBethany Building

Bethany offers a sacred community, thoughtful faculty, and a mission beyond maintenance that takes you out of the pew and into an aching world in need. Learn more below how you can contribute to the church and the world.

 

Bethany Community

We understand that education involves the whole person. Who becomes your community? Where do you work and play, eat and sleep? What amenities does the campus offer? Explore these links to learn more about what to expect.

 

Academic Programs

Here at Bethany, you can pursue one of three graduate-level educational programs, through both local and distance options. No matter where you attend class, we are always learning in community.

 

About Bethany

Graduates

At Bethany, we empower leaders of faith through the integration of wisdom, theology, and the arts that point us towards just peace, curious intellect, and wild hope. Our teaching flows from our unique Anabaptist-Pietist heritage and tradition known as the Church of the Brethren. The Church of the Brethren offers a unique blend of practicality and spirituality grounded in service and simple living, reconciliation and peacemaking, scripture and community. It is through this lens for which we hope you create faithful, prophetic change in this blessed, but broken world.

 


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Dylan Haro
Master of Divinity

DylanMy journey to Bethany Theological Seminary began in the summer of 2004 with eight other high school students. We attended a conference entitled "Exploring Your Call." It was during that conference that I first seriously considered ministry as a vocation. During that experience I learned that ministry doesn't necessarily mean Sunday morning behind a pulpit. I also felt a deep connection to the denomination through the friends I made--both peers and leaders.