Earlham School of Religion celebrated the accomplishments of the class of 2019 May 10-11th with baccalaureate and commencement ceremonies.
On Friday evening, the graduates gathered with family, friends, and the ESR community for a baccalaureate dinner and program to honor their achievements. ESR dean Matt Hisrich provided the welcome, and teaching faculty honored the graduates with tributes to their growth and ministry.
Earlham School of Religion is pleased to be the recipient of a grant from the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. The grant funded project, "Preparing Students to Support Diverse Communities by Teaching them to Handle Conflict," is being led by director of the writing program at ESR, Ben Brazil.
Earlham School of Religion will be celebrating the class of 2019 with Baccalaureate and Commencement ceremonies on May 10-11th.
ESR is pleased to announce Julie Dishman has been named Director of Recruitment and Admissions.
Julie served as the interim director during the 2018-19 academic year, and was previously the Receptionist and Secretary to Admissions and Faculty, which she began in July 2014.
Earlham School of Religion is excited to announce the re-launch of the Certificate in Entrepreneurial Ministry. The purpose of this certificate program is to provide a clear path forward for entrepreneurs who seek to offer their ministry gifts via forms and avenues outside of the traditional church, and for those who feel a divine call to ministry in contexts without ready-made organizational support.
Earlham School of Religion provides a unique educational experience with its new graduate degree in theopoetics and writing (MATW). The first of its kind at a seminary, this degree enables students to focus study in ways that celebrate mystery, metaphor, and meaning in texts and contexts for expansive reflection, critical engagement, and various forms of writing.
Matthew Hisrich, D.M. has been named Dean of the Earlham School of Religion and Vice President of Earlham by Interim President Avis Stewart. The appointment of Hisrich, who has been serving as Interim Vice President and Dean since July 1, 2018, is effective immediately.
This past January, students, faculty, alumni and friends traveled to India for a contextual theology trip.
You are invited to join Earlham School of Religion April 13, 2019 for the annual Willson Lectures. This year we welcome Dr. Anthony Bradley as our keynote speaker for Finding a Solution to the Mass Incarceration Crisis.
Earlham School of Religion is excited to announce the launch of a new Bivocational Ministry Certificate. This program is intended to provide pastors who find themselves working outside of their ministerial roles, either by choice or necessity, with the resources to do so successfully.