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Club 300

Dear Friends and Colleagues:

CLUB 300 is an exciting new partnership between the alumni of NTS and the leadership team at the Seminary. We invite you to become a charter member of this new association along with the students, faculty, and staff at NTS.

CLUB 300 is a place for us to create a learning exchange where dialogue and information sharing become the norm. You are leaders of congregations and communities, and we want to hear about your experiences and learn from your life in Christian service.  We hope to engage you in the life and ministry of NTS, and we need your involvement. 

Many exciting things are happening at NTS with the advent of the Global Seminary Consortium, the Mulit-Campus Seminary partnerships with our regional colleges and universities, and the development of a Pastoral Leadership Institute that will prepare clergy for the 21st Century. CLUB 300 is a way for you to support the Seminary and benefit from participation in a new learning community.

Most seminaries in the U. S. enjoy annual support from 11% of their alumni. In the past, only 2% of NTS alumni have been active contributors. It is time for that to change!  We are asking you, our alumni, to make a $300 annual pledge to NTS.  Your $300 donation (just $25/month) will give you charter membership in CLUB 300 and an invitation to participate in WEBINARS and AUDIO CONFERENCE CALLS with Seminary faculty and leadership, and to contribute to a BEST PRACTICES document to be published annually and distributed to all alumni.  Also, your contribution will be recognized at the Seminary Breakfast at General Assembly next summer. PLEASE JOIN TODAY!

Visit our website to view an information sheet about the Club 300 and make your pledge TODAY (annual contribution of $300 or just $25/month).

Please join us and participate in the dialogue about preparing for ministry in the 21st century.

Grace and peace,

David Busic, President
Carla Sunberg, NTS Alumni Association President

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