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ENGAGE is a day of options designed for you to explore the Bethany experience with other people interested in theological education by:
-    Worshiping together
-    Participating in classes
-    Meeting with staff, faculty and current students
-    Discovering what makes Bethany unique and distinctive

Come experience Bethany by joining others and our community
for a day of study, worship, information and discernment!

I would like to express a profound sense of gratitude for my [campus visit] . . . each faculty member, staff person, administrative person and Bethany host was a wonderful combination of helpfulness, informational clarity, openness, and warm hospitality. In fact, I was treated as if I were a very special potential student.

Congratulations Bethany! I was both impressed
and touched by this visit . . . .

                                           ~Dennis Webb

 
ENGAGE Schedule Summary
8:00 am   Light Breakfast and Welcome
8:30 am   Curriculum Conversation
9:00 am   Cost and Investment of Seminary Education
9:45 am  Workshop on Creative Ways to Present Scripture in Worship
11:20 am   Joint Worship with ESR Community
12:00 pm   Lunch and Faculty Panel
1:30 pm   Student Panel
3:00 pm   Afternoon Tea/Campus Tour
4:30 pm   Discernment and Closing
Available Dates
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Academic Information
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Housing for ENGAGE will be provided Thursday and Friday evenings, if desired. Housing hospitality will be provided in local homes.
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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.