New Walker Presidential Scholarship to Make Seminary an Affordable Reality for PC(USA) Students

New Walker Presidential Scholarship to Make Seminary an Affordable Reality for PC(USA) Students

At Columbia Theological Seminary, we are committed to providing an accessible, affordable theological education that is both academically rigorous and spiritually transformative. Scholarships are an essential part of this commitment.  Columbia Seminary offers one of the most expansive financial aid…

Big Ideas In Youth Ministry: Fearless Dialogues

August 28, 2019Fearless Dialogues is the theme of the Big Ideas in Youth Ministry Conference the Center for Lifelong Learning at Columbia Theological Seminary November 5-7, 2019.

The conference kicks off Wednesday morning with Gregory C. Ellison II, Ph.D.,…

To Count Our Days: a history of Columbia Theological Seminary

An interview from Vantage magazine with Erskine Clarke, Professor Emeritus of American Religious History about his new book on the history of Columbia Theological Seminary

Columbia Theological Seminary’s rich history provides a window into the…

Columbia Theological Seminary Names David Huffine Vice President for Advancement 

August 20, 2019 – The Board of Trustees of Columbia Theological Seminary has appointed David Huffine, CFRE, to be the seminary’s Vice President for Advancement. An advancement professional of more than 30 years, Huffine has provided leadership for the past…

PCUSA Co-Moderator to Speak at Columbia Seminary Convocation

August 18, 2019—Vilmarie Cintrón-Olivieri, Co-Moderator of the 223rd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) will speak at the Opening Convocation for Columbia Theological Seminary this year. The event will be held in the Columbia Presbyterian Church located at 711…

John Bulow Campbell Library Receives Competitive Digitization Service Grant

August 17, 2019—The John Bulow Campbell Library at Columbia Theological Seminary is one of six institutions to receive the fifth set of service grants awarded in a program intended to broaden partner participation in the Digital Library of Georgia (DLG)….

Biblical Weavings Art Exhibit at Columbia Seminary

August 14, 2019—The Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL) at Columbia Theological Seminary announces its fall art exhibit featuring the textile art of Montgomery, AL artist Joanne Staley. “Biblical Weavings”, including twelve pieces created by Staley, will be available for viewing…

Exhibit Exploring Human Origins to Open at Columbia Theological Seminary

August 13, 2019—The John Bulow Campbell Library at Columbia Theological Seminary will be one of the first seminary libraries to host the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History traveling exhibit—Exploring Human Origins: What Does It Mean To Be Human?…

Columbia Seminary to Highlight Faculty and Alumnae at AJC Decatur Book Festival

August 11, 2019—The AJC Decatur Book Festival, which takes place Labor Day weekend, is one of the largest independent book festivals in the country. The AJC Decatur Book Festival encourages a love of the written and spoken word by…

Columbia Student Chosen for FASPE Ethics Fellowship

Columbia Theological Seminary student Emily Morrell was one of 14 seminary and divinity school students, and early-career clergy, chosen for the 2019 Seminary Program of the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) to participate in a…

“We Are Columbia” Continues to Create Dialogue About the Past and Future of Columbia

In the Spring of 2017, a new photo exhibit called “We Are Columbia” featuring photographs by Khayla Johnson (MDiv ’19) was unveiled by The Office of Student Life and Formation. The photographs were located in various areas of the Vernon…

Harry Barrow: A Lifetime of Service to the Church and the World

June 22, 2019—What a joy it was to chat with Dr. Harry Barrow, Columbia Seminary graduate, former CTS staff member and retired PC(USA) pastor. Dr. Barrow has led a life dedicated to service for the church and the world. I…

Bridging Cultural Parallax through Ministry and Technology

June 15, 2019—When Thomas Hampton (MDiv ’19) came to Columbia Theological Seminary in the fall of 2016, it might have seemed like a huge departure from his previous experience as an engineering student at Case Western Reserve University. He is,…

Columbia History: Prof. John L. Girardeau

June 1, 2019Since its founding in 1828, Columbia Theological Seminary has witnessed and supported the society changing within and around it. In anticipation of the release of Erskine Clarke’s history of the seminary, To Count Our Days: A History of…

Graduates Celebrate at 2019 Commencement for Columbia Seminary

May 21, 2019—Columbia Theological Seminary held its annual commencement exercises at Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, GA. This year, 64 students were awarded 70 degrees in six graduate degree programs. Six graduates received dual degrees in the Master of Divinity…

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