Greetings from the Dean's office—
We survived! Registration week always seems to send a certain, shall I say, ramped up, excited pulse through the Seminary. We are excited as you move forward with your course planning and scheduling for upcoming classes and semester. Administration sends a big shout out to you, to thank you for bearing with us all as we worked through the bits and bobs (courtesy of Professor Ocker from down under) this go around. Please keep in mind the following about registration:
Have a registered week!
Student Concerns, Questions & Answers
April 20, Tuesday, 3pm - Please join The Dean, Faculty, Interim Chaplain and Staff for the second meeting in our series to hear and address your concerns.
Join via Zoom
Student Emergency Funds
If you are a student experiencing financial hardship caused by coronavirus, please consider submitting an application for funding here.
The Chaplains Office & Worship Team
Monday Midday prayer
Wednesday Guided meditation
Friday Earth Day service of healing and wholeness
All services are at noon. Click here to join
April 23 4:30pm Join us for our first Open Mic Night! We welcome all artists and dabblers of the creative kind to express themselves (staff, professors, and students all welcome!). We are looking for 10 performers with 5 minutes each. To sign up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Spots are hot right now, so act quickly!) Erin Green will MC and has guaranteed to have dad jokes a plenty. Join via Zoom
April 29th (Thursday) 3pm: Learn to use this free citation management software to organize your research. It integrates with Microsoft Office to create an alphabetized bibliography in your choice of style, including Turabian. You will need to download Zotero 5.0 & the browser connector before joining. Join Zoom. Can't make it? Watch our recorded workshop.
We're Celebrating 150 Years!
April 22, 5:30 Earth Day discussion, "Moving Through Climate Despair With Biblical Theology and Practical Ministry Tools."
Join Talitha Amadea Aho '11 (M.Div.), 12' (MA) and Rev. Dr. Douglas Olds '10 (M.Div.) '20 (D.Min.) as they discuss their perspectives on the intersection of spirituality and climate change. The evening will be hosted by Stephanie Ryder '14 (M.Div.). We hope to see you at our second virtual event celebrating 150 years of theological education at SFTS!
More info & register here
Click on the (above) logo for more updates and details as the celebration evolves weekly.
The Writing Lounge will offering this communication webinars in April:
Wednesday, April 28th, 12:00 PST How to Avoid Plagiarism
Take a look at the many resources the University lists here and are available to you as well.
Holy Grounds Community Coffeehouse
Come utilize our place for advocacy, respite, and renewal for all members of the GST community. This designed safe, welcoming meeting space and community food bank, provides fresh and shelf sustainable food to all living, studying or commuting to the Marin Campus. All are welcome to utilize the food provisions they need. An outdoor food pantry is also available to the extended community. Please feel free to welcome others in need.
Please observe the following COVID restrictions: