|Community Formation is a central focus of Saint Paul School of Theology and provides a network of student support. Through positive academic, social, worship and other interactions members of our community are shaped and formed in ways that allow us to live-out the tenets of our mission statement.
Saint Paul students represent a range of backgrounds, ages, denominations, and vocational goals. They prepare for many forms of ministry, lay and ordained, to serve in the local church.
Saint Paul faculty is dedicated to preparing men and women for the practice of Christian ministry. Faculty members are scholars of faith who have made a primary commitment to educating students for ministry in a complex world.
Saint Paul staff is an integral part of the seminary community, sharing in decision-making, community meal, worship, and celebrations, while performing the ongoing work of the seminary. The Saint Paul staff brings a wide range of skills and experience to the seminary community, and the gifts and graces staff members share often go beyond those required by their jobs.