Academics

UPCOMING EVENTS

Friday
Feb172017

NTS Alumni Breakfast at General Assembly

June 26, 6:45am CT, Indianapolis

NTS alumni, we hope you can join us for breakfast on the morning of June 26 at the Indianapolis Convention Center (rooms 140 - 142)!

It will be a fun opportunity to re-connect with former classmates, colleagues and friends. Current and former faculty members will be in attendance and you will hear from NTS President Carla Sunberg.

  • Adults: $25 (after 5/15/17: $30)
  • Children: $10 (after 5/15/17: $15)
  • Club 300 Members: $22 (after 5/15/17: $27)

Please register at www.nts.edu/nts-general-assembly-breakfast.

Friday
Feb172017

General Assembly Participants Invited to Prayer Retreat

June 19 - 20, 2017, Indianapolis

Would you like to join with others for a 24-hour period of prayer and reflection just prior to the General Conventions & Assembly events in Indianapolis? Good news, you can!

The retreat will be held at the Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center (benedictinn.org), located 15 minutes from the Indiana Convention Center, where most General Assembly events will be located. 

IMPORTANT: The cost for this event ranges from $99 to $149 depending on room choice and if a reservation is made by March 31st. These prices cover food and lodging during the Retreat. Each participant is responsible for their own transportation to and from Indianapolis. Rates increase slightly after March 31st. 

Developed by leaders from Church of the Nazarene higher education institutions, the retreat is based on Jesus’ invitation to his disciples to “Come away … and rest a while” (Mark 6:31). The leaders, Including Deirdre Brower-Latz (Nazarene Theological College–Manchester), Rhonda Carrim (Northwest Nazarene University), Terry Fach (Ambrose University), Doug Hardy (Nazarene Theological Seminary), Rebecca Laird (Point Loma Nazarene University), and Doug VanNest (Mount Vernon Nazarene University), will direct Scripture presentations based on Ephesians 4:1-16, as well as times of community and private prayer.

Please visit www.nts.edu/pre-ga-prayer-retreat to register.

Friday
Feb172017

Introduction to Missional Theology

March 13 - 17, 2017; Shepherd Community, Indianapolis, IN

The Nazarene Theological Seminary Center for Pastoral Leadership is offering an exclusive lifelong learning opportunity onsite at Shepherd Community in Indianapolis, Indiana, March 13 - 17, 2017. Dr. Roger Hahn will be teaching Introduction to Missional Theology on the campus of this Nazarene faith-based, inner-city ministry.

  • 20 hours of lifelong learning credit will be offered to those registering through the CPL website. Click here to register.

  • The cost is only $200. CPL members receive a 10% discount. Contact Dana Preusch (dpreusch@nts.edu) for the code.

This course provides an introduction to recent theological reflection on the Mission of God with emphasis on the nature of God and the missional work of God in the restoration of all creation. Special attention will be given to Ecclesiology with theological analysis of our participation through and as the Church in the mission of God. The impact of Missional Theology on the reading of Scripture and on Wesleyan practices of ministry will also be explored.

Please visit cpl.nts.edu for more details.

Click here to download the flyer.

Friday
Feb172017

2017 Doctor of Ministry Symposium

March 8 - 9, 2017

Alumni and Friends, several of our DMin candidates will be on the campus of Nazarene Theological Seminary on March 8 and 9 to present their Pastoral Research Projects. We hope you can join us!

The topics include:

  • Developing Practical and Accessible Wesleyan Pastoral Education for the Church of the Nazarene in New Zealand
  • Participating Faithfully: Re-Imagining Congregational Assessment as an Ecclesial Practice
  • The Pastor as Mentor: Creating a Culture of Mentoring on the Michigan District
  • Pastoral Health on the Michigan District of the Church of the Nazarene

Click here to download the symposium flyer.

For more information, please contact Derek Davis (dldavis@nts.edu).

Friday
Jan132017

Grider-Winget Lectures Featuring Dr. Alan Torrance

February 27 - 28

Please join us for this lecture series with Dr. Alan Torrance, Professor of Systematic Theology in the School of Divinity at the University of St. Andrews. The title of this lecture series is the Priesthood of Christ.

These lectures are FREE and open to the public! The schedule is as follows:   

  • Monday, February 27: Brown bag lecture beginning at noon in the NTS Cafe and another lecture in the afternoon. Students, there will be no afternoon classes on this day.
  • Tuesday, February 28: Lunch provided by NTS Admissions Office.  Lecture beginning around noon in the NTS Cafe.