Are you looking for opportunities to share your musical gifts as you get to know the Southeastern community? Did you know that you could build your skills for worship ministry during your time here? Consider these opportunities for Fall 2017: 1.Contemporary Music worship teams: Participate in a student-led worship band in designing worship sets, rehearsing,
Save a life with us on Tuesday, June 27! The Blood Connection will be bringing their Blood Mobile to campus next week from 1:00pm-5:00pm. The Blood Mobile will be parked in the Silver Parking lot beside the Ledford Center. You can sign up for a 15 minute time slot to give blood at https://donate.thebloodconnection.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/104876. In addition
The Performing Arts Club sets out to make art in a Christ-like way. PAC’s debut performance was Trifles by Susan Glaspell in the spring of 2016. We have been making shows since and striving for excellence in the process. The apostle Paul exhorts believers to excel in everything (2 Cor. 8:7) and the standard of
Leaving Southeastern can be a daunting reality for some, especially those who have spent a considerable amount of time and energy becoming equipped to serve the Church. You do not have to face this task alone. Our office exists to ease the transition from student to alumni and to further equip alumni to continue to
Students! The end of the semester has come, but it’s never too early to begin investing in your future by gearing up for the annual fall job fair! There will be around 50 organizations represented from various fields of work, and a plethora of opportunities. Looking for an opportunity to work throughout the semester? We
This year SEBTS will be taking a group of 20 students to the NAMB Send Conference in Orlando, Florida from July 24-27. This conference include breakouts and sessions with Trip Lee, D.A Horton, Vance Pitman, Kevin Ezell, David Platt, and worship by Austin Stone Church. The cost for students is $250, or $350 for couples.
The Ledford Center will be operating under break hours beginning Monday, May 15 through Saturday, August 12. The break schedule and hours are as follows:
After 10 years of faithful service, LeeAnne Darville is retiring from her role at The Court. Her final day will be this Friday, May 12. Please stop by The Court this week and show your appreciation for her faithful years of service to our campus. Because of this transition, The Court will be closed this
The Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce’s 37th Annual Meet in the Street® festival presented by Chris Leith Automotive is scheduled for Saturday, May 6, from 10am until 5pm in historic downtown Wake Forest.
Are you interested in knowing the Old Testament better as the word of God? If so, you will want to join us on Wednesday, May 3, from 3-5 PM in the CFC Conference Room on the 2nd floor of Patterson Hall. We are holding our second annual MAOT thesis presentation. This year will include a