Be a Seminarian for a Day
Considering seminary? Hearing a call to ministry? Thinking about supporting Trinity in your prayers or financially? You are warmly invited to attend one of Trinity's upcoming "Be a Seminarian for a Day" events.
|Tuesday, Mar. 18th - 2014||Register Now|
|Thursday, Apr. 24th - 2014||Register Now|
If you are unable to visit on one of the scheduled Be A Seminarian for a Day events, please feel free to contact our Admissions Office to arrange for another day to visit or consider a short course or event.
Guest seminarians join with faculty, staff, and students for Morning Prayer in Trinity's Chapel and then are able to attend 2-4 classes as well as speak to key seminary leaders.
The day's schedule runs from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Coffee, tea, and light breakfast fare are offered in the morning, and lunch is provided at noon.
Planning on staying overnight? We may be able to find a seminary family who can host you. Just let us know your plans. Accommodations are not always possible, so check with us for availability.
|Watch the Be a Seminarian for a Day video.|
There is no cost for the event - you only need to get here. Registration information:
Contact Libby Buckwalter for more information.
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