May 20, 2022
Faculty and student body will gather in Sweeney Chapel for fellowship, reflection, and celebration.
May 21, 2022
The Trustees and Faculty of Christian Theological Seminary will host a formal Commencement Ceremony to present Candidates for Degrees and graduate the 2022 Spring Class.
Explore your beliefs in an academic and supportive context.
All are welcome to come and explore their faith at CTS.
Give now and impact our student community.
We welcome all faiths to create an intellectually rigorous, spiritually formative and emotionally supportive education that equips our students to go out into all the world and serve—whether that’s in the church or out in the community. We are here to build disciples committed to helping families, churches and communities flourish. By the time our students leave Christian Theological Seminary (CTS), they are well prepared for leadership in ministry, counseling, education and non-profit leadership. Additionally, we are committed to serving our neighboring communities through the CTS Counseling Center and our Faith & Action Project.
Social justice is not just something we believe in.
It’s something we live. Practically and intentionally. Learn how our Faith & Action Project is improving lives as we engage in the work of poverty mitigation.
Our Clergy Renewal Programs, funded by the Lilly Endowment, helps sustain the quality of ministry in American congregations and parishes by giving pastors the opportunity to briefly step away from daily obligations and engage in a period of renewal and reflection.
CTS Counseling Center
The CTS Counseling Center provides a safe, accessible environment for clients to work through challenges and receive mental health counseling and therapy. The center welcomes everyone and fees are based on a sliding scale.