George Fox Evangelical Seminary is a multi-denominational, evangelical, university-based seminary committed to equipping women and men academically, spiritually, emotionally, and theologically for ministry in the church and world.
With roots in the Wesleyan and Friends traditions, the Seminary increasingly serves students coming from a wide variety of theological persuasions and denominational backgrounds, including Mainline and Pentecostal-Charismatic traditions.
The Seminary is known for its pursuit of a holistic Evangelicalism that brings together compassion and justice, innovation and faithfulness, reflection and practice. In keeping with its distinctives, Seminary initiatives include:
- Establishing some of the first Master's and Doctoral programs in Spiritual Formation and Direction
- Launching the first concentration in Christian Earthkeeping among Evangelical Seminaries
- Forging a partnership with the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies to offer a MA in Intercultural Studies
- Serving as a leader in delivering high quality online theological education
The Seminary is committed to a Christ-centered and biblically-based approach to theological education that provides a safe place for students to explore the most pressing ministry challenges of the day.
George Fox offers a variety of Masters and Doctoral programs in local and online delivery formats that students may pursue part-time or full-time. Whether on campus or online, our faculty and staff create an environment where students are educated, trained, and mentored for leadership service.
George Fox Evangelical Seminary exists to serve the present and future church by developing students as leaders and scholars to be influencers in the Kingdom of God. By integrating spiritual formation into a historical, theological, biblical, and pastoral curriculum, students are encouraged to deepen their understanding of their relationship to God, the Church, and the World.
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