Phillips Theological Seminary’s accreditation visit from the Association of Theological Schools concluded Thursday morning, Sept. 26, following more than two days of in-depth conversations with alums, board members, students, staff, faculty, and administration. The five accreditation team members explored all facets of Phillips and expressed their appreciation for the transparency and cooperation they experienced during […]
The Rev. Dr. Terry Ewing will join the staff of Phillips Theological Seminary as its first Vice President of Advancement in October. Ewing brings decades of fundraising and development experience in the local church and higher education to Phillips. “After conducting a national search, I’m pleased that we were able to attract a person like Terry who has experience serving congregations and also understands […]
Phillips Theological Seminary had an amazing General Assembly thanks to our friends and alums who turned out in record numbers to learn, welcome, and celebrate our work of theological formation in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). More than 100 prospective students visited the Phillips booth in the exhibit hall and many of you took […]
Phillips Theological Seminary is preparing to receive an evaluation committee from The Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS). This evaluation visit is scheduled to take place Sept. 23–26, 2019. The visit relates to the seminary’s continued accreditation with ATS and includes a review of the institution in order to evaluate […]
Phillips Theological Seminary awarded 22 diplomas at its commencement ceremony May 18 at First Christian Church in Tulsa, Okla.
Join Phillips Seminary as we gather with Alumni/Alumnae during the Oklahoma United Methodist Annual Conference lunch break on Tuesday, May 28th. The luncheon will be hosted at Pizzeria Gusto at 2415 N Walker Ave. in Oklahoma City, OK. Seminary president Nancy Claire Pittman will speak at the event. Tickets can be purchased here for $18 per person. Seating is […]
Phillips Theological Seminary has a two-day course April 26–27 that will help answer the question, “Should I start a church or a nonprofit?” The course is offered with the help of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) New Church Ministry and National Benevolent Association offices and is open to all who register by April 19. […]
This homily was presented in the closing worship service of Remind & Renew 2019 by the Rev. Lori Walke.
The second presentation by Dr. Warren Carter for Remind & Renew 2019.
Remind & Renew 2019 – “(Re)Citing Acts: Sightings of Difference through Sites of Diaspora: Acts 8:26-40” by Dr. Arthur Carter
The second presentation by Dr. Arthur Carter for Remind & Renew 2019.