Join us for Secret Church, a 6-hour deep dive studying God’s epic tale of redemption in the story of Ruth, taught by David Platt! Graduate Life is hosting a livestream party for all graduate students and their families- we’ll have snacks and drinks! Tickets are free but limited, so sign up soon! If you don’t grab a ticket
The third of four monthly lunches hosted by the Center for Preaching and Pastoral Leadership is coming up on March 12th! This semester our theme for these lunches is “The Personal Life of the Pastor.”Join us for a free lunch and a panel discussion on bi-vocational ministry. This lunch is open to students, pastors, and
Come join us on March 13th for coffee and conversation with Dr. Scott Pace, Provost and Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministry and Preaching. Save your seat here!
Graduate Life is hosting a Scavenger Hunt and Game Night for all graduate students and their families! Join us on March 15th at 6:30 PM in the Ledford Events Room. We’ll have snacks, play some games, and even have a Scavenger Hunt competition (with some pretty good prizes)! See you there!
Women’s Exposition Wednesday is continuing this semester as we study through the book of 1 John! Join us for our next Women’s Exposition Wednesday on Wednesday, March 20th at 10:30 AM in Eitel Auditorium. We will worship together and Erin Piner will be teaching from 1 John 3. See you there!
The Library is hosting a book sale in March with extremely discounted prices. Each day the sale runs the prices will be lowered. Come fill your personal library by shopping with us! Find a full list of Library events here.
Join us from June 24 – July 5, 2024, on the Oxford Study Tour! With the Oxford Study Tour, you can learn about the rich history of scholars and experience a one-of-a-kind trip abroad! History will come alive as you see key places and locations in church history. Click here for more information and to
This event is the second of four monthly lunches hosted by the Center for Preaching and Pastoral Leadership. This semester our theme for these lunches is “The Personal Life of the Pastor.” For this event, the CPPL will provide lunch, and Dr. John Hammett will give a talk on the pastor’s devotional and prayer life.
The DMin Office at SEBTS is happy to announce their next Lunch & Learn event! On February 22nd at 12:00 PM EST, we invite all current students, alumni, and prospective students to join us on Zoom for an enriching session with Dr. Keith Whitfield. The focus during this event will be on the “Centrality of
Join us on February 29th for a discussion with our visiting scholar, Dr. Daniel Eng, about an honor-shame reading of the New Testament (with a special focus on the letter of James). Save your seat here!