Events

2019 – 2020 Baccalaureate Colloquium

The Baccalaureate Colloquium is the culmination of a student paper competition running throughout the 2020 spring semester in which the three winners will present their papers and receive a certificate and monetary reward. Entrants must be currently enrolled, in good academic standing, and have completed at least 60 hours when the paper was written. Papers

Intramural Volleyball | Spring 2020

Bump, set, spike; Intramural Volleyball will be played on Tuesday Nights! In all seriousness, the Intramural Volleyball season is upon us, details below!  The Intramural Volleyball season will begin on March 26th and end on May 7th.  Games will be played on Thursday nights from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM. To be an eligible player you

Meet Your Neighbors: Islam in America | March 12th

How much do you know about Islam? Does your knowledge come from textbooks and the news or from face-to-face conversations with real Muslims? Join us in Adams Hall, room 111, to learn about Islam from one of Raleigh’s leading Muslims: Imam Dr. AbuTaleb. Expect a brief, thoughtful lecture about the expression of Islam in North

Commissioning Chapel Announcement:

Are you a: College student who is being sent out in 2020 to serve North America or overseas over the summer or longer Seminary Student who is being sent out in 2020 to serve North America or overseas for 2 years We want to know! Contact Catherine Blinson at cblinson@sebts.edu with some information on your upcoming mission

An Interview with Dr. James Merritt | March 3rd

SEBTS Men: Join Dr. Ham and the Student Life Office on March 3rd for FREE breakfast and an interview with Dr. James Merritt! Dr. James Merritt served as the President of the SBC during the years of 2000-2002, and currently serves as the Senior Pastor at Crosspointe Church in Georgia. Please join us on March

From Prayer to Praise: A Kingdom Choir Spring Concert | March 5th

Join the Southeastern Kingdom Choir at Wake Forest Baptist Church on Thursday, March 5th at 7pm for a concert that explores the role of prayer in our lives of worship. The program journeys from prayer to praise, with opportunities for congregational praise and worship. The choir will be led by Professor Joshua Waggener and Pastor Ron Gilliam,

Library Coffee Break | March 6th

It has been a long week. Come by and hang out with Dr. Keith Whitfield, Associate Professor of Theology, Dean of Graduate Studies, Vice President for Academic Administration and Jason Fowler, The Library Director. This is an informal time to get to know faculty a little better and to discuss their academic background or just

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