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generalconvention Join Us on July 10
General Convention Seminary Night 

On July 10 at 7 pm, join Bexley Hall and Seabury in Indianapolis at the General Convention of The Episcopal Church to meet our new president, Roger Ferlo, and learn about our new federation.  


Register now for good conversation, a large selection of hot and cold appetizers, and cold drinks. Questions? Please talk with Lynn Bowers via email or at 773-380-6786.  


While you're in Indianapolis, please visit us in the exhibit hall at booth 318 and join us on Sunday, July 8 at Step Up to the Plate for Partnerships, an event hosted by the Diocese of Indianapolis at Victory Field

blog Summer Students Reflect
Blog Posts from DMin and Kellogg Institute Students

This month, students at Seabury have studied community organizing, the future of religious congregations, and what the church can learn from business school. Check out Seabury's blog for insightful posts by some of our students:

Stephen Godfrey: "...the church's job is not only to proclaim the Good News of the life of the age to come, but also to organize people to work toward a better world, on earth as in heaven..."

 Mariclair Partee:  "It would have been easy, given the tenor of most conversations on the future of mainline denominations these days, to enter into our discussion from a place of fear or resignation. Yet instead of anxious voices, I heard hope." 

Sarah Fisher: "Are we willing to go where the need is for the sake of the Gospel? Are we, as leaders, willing to sit at the foot of the cross? Because sometimes leading through change and resistance requires just that."

Amity Carrubba: "I thought I would need a major overhaul of my skills to lead at a non-profit, and it took a cohort of business school professors to show me that ultimately people want to be valued, recognized, and respected--no matter the setting."

fall2012Anglican Studies this Fall   

Griswold and Sachs teach weekend intensive courses

Former Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold and Chabraja Fellow William Sachs return to Seabury this fall to teach weekend courses that include online work:

Bishop Griswold _smallPraying Shapes Believing
Laypeople and clergy are invited to join Bishop Frank Griswold for an exploration of Anglican spirituality and the rhythm of our worship. Praying Shapes Believing will include reading and reflection with a community of students. Learn more.

What Would You Have Done?
Join Bill Sachs to examine events and leadership styles that have shaped the Episcopal Church. This course fulfills the canonical requirement for the study of canon law, but it also provides intriguing food for thought for those not on an ordination track. Learn more.  

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