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Dec
24
Christmas Recess (Seminary Closed): Phillips Theological Seminary will be closed from Wednesday, Dec. 24 through Friday, Jan. 2 for Christmas Recess. The seminary will reopen on Monday, Jan. 5. Though the campus will be closed, many services will still be available online.
Jan
12
Art Show featuring Susan Murphy: Phillips Theological Seminary will host an art show Jan. 12-16, 2015, featuring paintings from educator and pastoral psychotherapist Susan Murphy.
Jan
13
Women and Worship: The Women and Worship Conference will focus on the gifts and perspectives of women, both laity and clergy, and how they contribute to church renewal. The event will serve as a pre-conference to Re-Mind & Re-New.
Jan
14
Remind & Renew Annual Conference: New in 2015, the annual Re-Mind & Re-New Conference will be held in conjunction with DMin Fortnight. The conference will feature Drs. Ruth Duck and Melanie Ross; as well as other guests presenting different styles of Protestant Christian worship.
Jan
19
MLK, Jr. Day (Seminary Closed): Phillips will close in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Several students, staff and faculty will march in Tulsa's annual MLK parade, which is one of the largest in the country.
You'll be blessed & challenged on a courageous journey from 'knowing' to 'understanding.'

Marnie Leinberger,
PTS student

18
denominations in student body
55%
masters students take online classes
90%
students receive Phillips tuition grants
Phillips to March in MLK Parade: On Monday, Jan. 19, Phillips Theological Seminary will close in order to let students, staff and faculty march in the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day parade in Tulsa, one of the largest in the country.
Faculty Offers Advent Response to Racialized Violence: The ecumenical faculty of Phillips Theological Seminary adds its collective voice to the movement proclaiming that Black lives matter. In doing so, we join others in deploring our country’s legacy of racism and White supremacy – a legacy that, even today, keeps us from being neighbors to one another.
Phillips Named One of Oklahoma's Top Workplaces: Phillips Theological Seminary ranks in the top 10 for small companies in “Oklahoma’s Top Workplaces 2014.” The seminary ranked no. 8 out of the 40 small companies that made the list this year.
Addressing Race and Violence during Advent: Representatives from the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation and Phillips Theological Seminary will gather at 2:30 p.m. at Foolish Things Coffee House on Friday, Dec. 12, to continue a conversation that began last week on Phillips' campus regarding race and violence during Advent.
Watching the Immigration Speech in Guatemala: Phillips President Gary Peluso-Verdend discusses the need for political voices that claim human dignity as God-given and inviolable.
Seminary Volunteers Return to Food Bank: Several staff and faculty from Phillips Theological Seminary spent part of their day volunteering at the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma on Friday, Nov. 14.
President Featured in Mosaic Diversity Series: President Gary Peluso-Verdend was invited to be a part of the Mosaic Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace series. He shares how we can be true to our faith and still be inclusive in the workplace.
Phillips Recruiter Joins Author to Discuss Changes in Christianity: Director of Recruitment Josh Linton will join CultureCast host and author Christian Piatt to discuss changes in the Christian church and how they may affect seminary education.
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