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Dr. Tex Sample Brings Community Organizing to Saint Paul

Tex Sample is a specialist in church and society, a storyteller, author, and the Robert B. and Kathleen Rogers Professor Emeritus of Church and Society at Saint Paul School of Theology. After moving back to Kansas City, Dr. Sample has reengaged with the seminary in several ways. This past August, students at the Saint Paul: […]

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Dr. Knight Receives Exemplary Teaching Award From GBHEM

Rev. Dr. Kim Cape, General Secretary of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) of the United Methodist Church, came to Saint Paul School of Theology to congratulate Dr. Henry H. Knight III and present him with the 2015 Exemplary Teaching Award. Dr. Knight is the Professor of Wesleyan Studies at Saint Paul. […]

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Contextual Education

At Saint Paul we learn in the classroom and through experiences in ministry. Contextual Education is one place where we bring together academic study and experience in ministry, theory and practice, and action and reflection. Contextual Education courses include small group settings where students reflect together on experiences in ministry. Led by experienced practitioners of […]

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Pastor Jo Mead Fosters Real Relationships Between Diverse Communities

In 2015, the United Methodist Church noted that race relations was the top issue facing the denomination. Saint Paul graduate, Rev. Jo Mead, decided that she no longer wanted to just talk about it, but instead to act and form a real relationship with another congregation. She contacted Pastor Eric Williams at Brotherhood Presbyterian Church. […]

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Saint Paul School of Theology Prepares for Wave of Pastoral Retirements

More pastors will retire in next decade than candidates in school, creating unprecedented need and opportunity for young clergy. Leawood, Kan. and Oklahoma City, Okla.– Saint Paul School of Theology is responding to the coming “tsunami” of clergy retirements with full-ride scholarships, a fast-tracked master’s program and a new hands-on, collaborative curriculum. “The graying of the […]

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The Season of Advent is Upon Us.

We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We’ve now entered the Advent season as we anticipate Christmas. Where does the word Advent come from? It comes from the Latin word “adventus”, meaning “coming”, which is a translation of the Greek word “parousia”. Recently, our team in Kansas got together in anticipation of Christmas to […]

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Annual Report

The Annual Report is published each fall and reflects on our previous fiscal year. For example the most recent Annual Report contains a list of gifts received from July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015. Below are PDF documents of Saint Paul School of Theology Annual Reports from the last 5 years. Annual Report 2014-2015 […]

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Saint Paul Fellows Program Helps Teacher Fulfill Seminary Dream

Mother of three felt called to full-time ministry, but tuition costs made it impossible As a schoolteacher, Amie Littrell has worked to encourage and build up the self-esteem of her students. But through the years, Amie began hearing a call to move beyond the children in her classroom and into the broader mission of the […]

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Saint Paul Fellows: February Deadline for Full Tuition and Fellowship

Seminary Fellows Program Eliminates Student Loan Debt for Future Pastors Leawood, Kan. and Oklahoma City, Okla.— Saint Paul School of Theology, one seminary in two locations: Oklahoma City University and Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, KS will expand its groundbreaking full tuition and fellowship program  The three-year Fellows program offers candidates called to full-time […]