Dear Students, This week, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced that Phase 1 of a three-step plan to reopen North Carolina will begin Friday evening at 5:00 p.m. As such, Southeastern Seminary is also beginning the process of reopening to the public. Phase 1 will include the modified hours and services listed in this email.
Southeastern Family, During this time of transition to online classes, many of you had had questions about office hours for various on-campus offices. Thank you for your patience during this time of transition. The following offices will be open for walk-in service from 10am-2pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. During these hours, these offices will be
***This article was originally posted at www.sebts.edu and can be found HERE Dear Southeastern Family, Tuesday afternoon North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency over the spread of the coronavirus. You can read the full statement by clicking here. Wednesday, the World Health Organization classified COVID-19 as a pandemic. In order to mitigate the risk
Consider these opportunities in Fall 2020 to build your skills for worship ministry Contemporary Music Worship Teams: Participate in a student-led worship band to design worship sets, rehearse, and work with technology, all under the capable coaching of our music and worship staff. These teams will meet on Wednesday mornings beginning at 9:00am or 10:30am.
Connect Virtually for online Evangelism Training! Want to learn to share your faith with more confidence? Gospel Conversations Training is simple, powerful, and helpful to: Transition to the gospel Share the gospel Begin Discipleship Train others to share their faith This training will take place on April 18th in an online setting over Zoom. An email
The goal of this year’s Global Missions Week is to provide the SEBTS community an opportunity to consider God’s mission and his work around the world and to ask what role each of us play in this great work. We understand that this year is different than others, but we don’t want our current crisis to distract us from the needs,
Every year at the SBC, Southeastern hosts the best event in town for our Alumni and Friends. Unfortunately, this year’s Convention is cancelled out of a deep concern for the health and safety of messengers and attendees. However, the Southeastern Alumni and Friends event is still on! Southeastern is thrilled to host an online alumni
Ladies, check out this post written by one of our Women Around Southeastern team members, Bre Brunswick, for some great resources on “how to stay sane during COVID-19”! ***To view the original post, follow the link HERE: womenaroundse.com*** Hi, ladies! For most of us, our sense of normalcy and routine has been thrown completely out of whack.
Dear students, Greetings from Student Resources & Financial Aid at Southeastern! We hope this post finds you well. We want to remind you that you still have time to apply for this very significant external source of financial aid for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. The application deadline is Friday, May 1st for all applicants!
To keep our students and staff as safe as possible, Magnolia Kitchen will be operating as following for the time being: Breakfast: Breakfast will be served from 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Monday through Friday. Breakfast options will include: Pastries/Muffins Pop-tarts Breakfast Sandwiches Cereal (individually served) Oatmeal (individually served) Coffee/Lattes/Juices/Teas/ Sodas All items will be
The SEBTS library will be closing tonight (March 20th) at 8 p.m. and will be switching to online-only services for the remainder of the semester.