News And Events
Alumnae/i Days 2013 Photo Gallery
Seminary Hosts Pittsburgh Pastoral Care Conference
PTS Receives Grant for Worship Renewal Project
Series Explores the Idea of Spiritual But Not Religious
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Names Assistant Professor of Homiletics
PTS Welcomes Associate Professor of Leadership and Ministry
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Join us for our next Visit Event Oct. 24-25, 2013.
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Feeling God’s call to attend seminary? Wondering if Pittsburgh Theological Seminary is the right place for you? Join us for a visit event, or plan your own day on campus to learn more about the Seminary, the city, and the rigors of our degree programs.
It isn’t just the classwork that will prepare you for your future ministry, our special programs also offer cross-cultural experiences, opportunities for urban ministry, and the chance to explore life in biblical times through our excavation and Bible Lands Museum. Pittsburgh also provides opportunities for inner-city, suburban, small-town, rural, traditional, and emergent church leadership all within a short drive of campus.
Our graduates have gone on to be pastors, mission workers, chaplains, church planters, professors, counselors, and lawyers, as well as church and lay leaders. God has led them around the globe to bridge the Word and the world.
Learn more about the Seminary’s degree programs and faculty, student body and campus life, the city and surrounding neighborhoods, as well as application and financial aid information by flipping through the pages of our viewbook.
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