Thank You, Rev. Rodney Newman

by Rev. Dr. Casey Sigmon   Today we celebrate Rev. Rodney Newman on this, his last chapel service, with Saint Paul School of Theology. Since 2007, Rod has been a fixture at Oklahoma City University – coordinating worship as University Chaplain and Director of Religious Life, then serving as Director of the Wesley Center, mentoring…

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Saint Paul School of Theology Welcomes New Assistant Professor

Saint Paul School of Theology is excited to announce the hiring of Dr. Joshua Bartholomew as the new Assistant Professor of Ethics, Church and Society, effective July 1. Dr. Bartholomew brings a breadth of knowledge and experience, most recently serving as Adjunct Professor of Religious and Theological Studies at Iliff School of Theology and Research…

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Rabbi Michael Zedek Joins Saint Paul As Rabbi-In-Residence

Saint Paul School of Theology is excited to announce the return of Rabbi Michael Zedek as Rabbi-in-Residence beginning Fall 2021. After serving as Chief Executive Officer of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati and Senior Rabbi at Emanuel Congregation in Chicago, Rabbi Zedek returns to Kansas City Metro Area.  Before departing Kansas City to teach and…

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Which Theology Degree Should You Pursue At SPST?

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As we make our way through times of upheaval, uncertainty and change, many are discerning a call to ministry.  Saint Paul School of Theology offers degree programs that prepare graduates for leadership roles in the local church and beyond. Specializations and electives within each program give students the hands-on experience and academic training they need…

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Neil Blair Extends Contract As SPST President

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Leawood, KS – At its meeting on January 28, 2021, the Saint Paul School of Theology Board of Trustees voted unanimously to extend President Neil Blair’s contract to June 30, 2024. President Blair has accepted this contract extension. The board’s action comes at the conclusion of the four-year assessment of the President required by school…

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