Featuring the Indigo Girls
Sunday, Nov 13th

Remind & Renew

A New Reformation
Jan 25-26, featuring Phillips faculty

InterReligious Understanding

Sessions begin Oct 6t

In Case of Katrina

Reinventing the Church in Post-Katrina New Orleans - by Ellen Blue
Dia de los Muertos Chapel Service: Dr. Peter Anthony Mena leads a Dia de los Muertos service of prayer and remembrance today at 11:30 am. All are welcome to the join the community for this additional chapel service on the final day of fall concentrated classes.
Just Hope on Campus: Phillips welcomes the JustHope delegation to campus again during our weekly worship service. Everyone is welcome to hear the delegations amazing stories at 11:30 today in the Meinders Chapel. All are welcome.
Choose Chapel: Dr. Sharon Jacob will lead this additional worship service today at 11:30 am. All are welcome to join in each weekly worship service offered at Phillips.
Choose Chapel: Dr. Sharon Jacob leads the worship service again today and we hope all will join us for this weekly service at 11:30 am in the Meinders Chapel.
Choose Chapel: Phillips welcomes chaplain emeritus, Mady Fraser, to campus to lead us in this additional worship service this week at 11:30 am in the Meinders Chapel. All are welcome to join us for each weekly service.
You'll be blessed & challenged on a courageous journey from 'knowing' to 'understanding.'

Marnie Leinberger,
PTS student

denominations in student body
masters students take online classes
students receive Phillips tuition grants
Achieving Disagreement as Social Glue?: In order to take on the big problems—the ones that will be far worse, if not catastrophic, in the future if we don’t begin to address them seriously now—a democracy needs to include a sufficient amount of social cohesion, of investment in building social and moral capital.
Seminary Alums Featured on National Website: Two alums of Phillips Theological Seminary are featured in a “What is #ModernMinistry?” campaign for the Pension Fund of the Christian Church. The Rev. Virzola Law (MDiv 2001) and the Rev. Bill Hemm (MDiv 2011) share their stories.
First Dubious Public Theology Award Presented: For some time now, Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend has thought the seminary should invent a recognition award in Oklahoma akin to what Stephen Colbert used to do with "This Week in God," or like Rowan and Martin did with the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award on "Laugh In."
Appreciate Clergy: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend encourages congregations to take a moment this month and appreciate the gifts clergy bring to their lives.
It's New and Improved: The More Inclusive Nativity Scene: The nativity sets that adorn many mantles, lawns and church fronts during the holidays is in need of an upgrade. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers several options for a more powerful nativity scene.
Phillips Seminary Faculty Response to the Death of Terence Crutcher: Friday, September 16, 2016: 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.
Let’s Stop Souring the Well: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers this challenge: What if we who claim membership in the body of Christ act like it in terms of our discourse, on Facebook and elsewhere, through—say—the election season?
Seminary Archives are Growing: Changes with the Disciples of Christ Historical Society mean new treasures for Phillips Seminary.
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