Ministry education the subject of a talk Tonight at Church of the Atonement in Wisconsin

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Bexley Seabury is an innovative federation formed by the Episcopal Church’s two Midwestern seminaries. Ferlo says the pairing “with the Bexley site with the masters of divinity program and the Seabury site with all of these possibilities for leadership training, seems to be a really great combination.”

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1. Jason Miller wrote:

“the Episcopal Church’s two Midwestern seminaries.” Don’t let Nashotah House see that, as they have been working on improving their TEC bonafides.

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