At the seminary’s 132nd commencement ceremony earlier today, Wesley Theological Seminary awarded 159 degrees to 158 students. Wesley President David McAllister-Wilson presented diplomas to the class, with 69 receiving the Master of Divinity degree, 17 receiving the Master of Theological Studies degree, and 16 receiving the Master of Arts. Fifty-seven individuals received their Doctor of Ministry degrees. One student earned both a Master of Arts degree and a Master of Theological Studies degree.
At the Wesley Theological Seminary commencement on Monday, May 12, Wesley President David McAllister-Wilson will present the 2014 Society of John Wesley Award of Merit. This year’s recipient is the Rev. Dr. Kenda Creasy Dean, the Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary.
The Rev. Dr. H. Beecher Hicks, Jr., may have stepped down as pastor of Metropolitan Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., but that doesn’t mean that he’s retiring.
Wesley Theological Seminary unveiled this spring two new Doctor of Ministry tracks. Transformative Leadership in Wesleyan Perspective and Creative Ministry for Church Renewal in a Changing World will both convene in Cambridge. Enrollment in the inaugural cohort is limited to 20 students. The first courses will begin December 29, 2015.
Washington, D.C. – On July 1, the Rev. Shively T. J. Smith will join the Wesley Theological Seminary faculty to teach New Testament studies.
Tony Blair Faith Foundation’s Faith and Globalization Initiative has welcomed Wesley Theological Seminary as a new partner in its teaching network. With this, Wesley is joining 20 leading research universities from across the world in the foundation’s Faith and Globalization Initiative. Wesley is the only seminary to be added as a partner.
Wesley presents: A Faithful Action in Partnership: A Training to Respond to Human Trafficking.
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