Hallowed (adj.): Regarded as holy; sacred; revered

Hallowed work has taken place at Phillips in every incarnation from Enid to the TU campus to our current location and in cyberspace. Today, the Hallowed Halls are not only within the physical walls of the Seminary, but across the world in the ethernet.

From the student journeying to an MDiv and ordination, to an InterReligious Understanding student taking this journey to bring more acceptance and understanding to the world, to the pastor taking a class to fulfill commissioning requirements, all are on a Hallowed and Sacred journey here at Phillips.

The brick and mortar alone has never made Phillips Hallowed, it has always been the work, the experience, and the journey that made the halls Hallowed.

Regardless of Phillips' location, the hallowed work remains the same. Your gift today enables the sacred, often transformative work to continue. Consider a gift to help prepare the next generation of Christian leaders.

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