For additional information about campus organizations and campus committees with student appointed membership contact the Community Formation Office in Kansas City at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Associate Dean in Oklahoma City at email@example.com.
Persons that meet on a regular basis in order to hold themselves accountable to God and their own discipleship. Groups may write their own covenant, centered on acts of piety, mercy, and the leading of the Holy Spirit and each other.
Seeks to address academic and professional concerns in an evangelical spirit, as well as spiritual and theological matters. This group gathers around a common commitment to the importance of a meaningful personal relationship with Jesus Christ experienced and lived out in the Christian faith community - a community that embodies the Biblical story of God's work in the world through Israel and the Church.
Health and Wellness
Promotes healthy choices in all areas of life: mind, body, spirit, and relationships. The task force sponsors health screenings and events, chapel services and assemblies.
International Family Group
Provides a supportive framework for international and racial/ethnic faculty, staff, students and their families. The goals of this group includes the spiritual growth and physical well being; encouragement of productive study and preparation for service and ministry to all God's people; educating the seminary community about different international and racial/ethnic cultures through workshops, cultural activities, worship, and special programs. Open to all who seek to be a part of this supportive framework.
Korean Student Association
Helps initiate students into campus life for an effective preparation for ministry as international students. This group hopes to connect and share with other students and faculty members, serve as a support group for other international students, and offer specific programs on campus involving the culture and themselves.
Order of Saint Luke
Celebrates the evangelical and sacramental spirit of Christians of many traditions. Provides a forum for the discussion and recovery of the sacramental life through liturgy, worship, the sacraments, and education. The group is also a religious order professing vows to a rule of life and service.
A group for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities whose purpose is to promote and maintain a respectful, open and safe environment for addressing spiritual, personal, socio-political and theological issues of sexual/gender diversity at Saint Paul School of Theology.
Saint Paul Sings
Saint Paul Sings is a part of the worship ministries of the Kansas City Camus. This community worship ensemble is composed of a mix of singers and instrumentalists combined in an intergenerational group. You may contact the director: Darin Parker, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Justice Committee
Keeps issues of justice before the community and encourages active participation toward justice.
Provides a forum to deal with student issues and concerns. The Student Council functions as the official student voice and works to communicate student concerns to faculty, staff, administration, and trustees. This group also manifests student presence in a variety of areas of the Saint Paul community.
Student Services Committee
Ensures equity and the valuing of diversity in the seminary's programs and policies.
Women in Ministry
Celebrates and supports women of every race and culture in all areas of ministry as they are challenged in their personal, professional, and academic lives. Provides the Saint Paul community of women and men an opportunity to interact and support one another through education, advocacy, celebration, worship, and spiritual growth.
Some of our campus events include intramural softball, ping pong tournaments, and Wii interactive tournaments. Other events include group outings to sports events, plays, and other cultural and social events.
Cafe Tuesdays provide an opportunity for food, fun and fellowship among students, staff, and faculty; Tuesdays, Holter Lower Level, Kansas City campus, 5:00-6:00 p.m.