27 Feb Experience a Day in the Life of a Seminarian
“I wonder what seminary is like? Can I afford it? Can I take just one class? Am I too old?”
If these are questions that you’ve been asking yourself or others, please join us on Monday, Mar. 18th for A DAY AT SHEPHERDS and get your answers! A DAY AT SHEPHERDS is a very beneficial and enjoyable time to experience the life of a seminary student. You can be with us for the entire day or for whatever amount of time your schedule allows.
You can sit in on classes of your choice, attend student chapel, enjoy a complimentary lunch with current students/faculty/staff, be a part of the Question/Answer meeting and join others for a short campus tour. We also offer housing for those visitors needing overnight accommodations.
Here is the schedule and the list of classes from which to choose:
|8:30am||Systematic Theology II OR Systematic Theology IV|
|12:15pm||Complimentary lunch w/current students/faculty/staff|
|1:00pm||Ministry Preparation for Men|
|2:00pm||Question & Answer Meeting|
|5:00pm||Dinner on your own|
|6:00pm||Old Testament II OR Expository Preaching in the 21st Century (Men)|
Please consider joining us for any or all of the activities!
Contact Ann Clampett at 919-573-1571 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Some quotes from previous DAY AT SHEPHERDS attendees:
“Thank you so much for the day yesterday. It was a blessing to me and I appreciate your generous hospitality. You have what appears to be a fine institution and a great bunch of folks.”
“Thank you and the rest of the staff and faculty for being so kind and welcoming to us.”
“It was such a joyous and encouraging experience. Everybody is so welcoming! I also learned a lot from the classes I visited.”