Featured Updates from General Seminary
“I was not sure what to expect when I came to campus,” reflects Dr. Parker, “but I fell in love with General almost the minute I arrived...
"In my office at General Seminary sits a picture of the class of 1974. In it are two pioneering women, Paige Bigelow and Margaret Ann (Peggy) Muncie the first female students to matriculate in the Master of Divinity..."
General Seminary is partnering with New York City churches and museums for a Manhattan-wide Stations of the Cross that takes the form of a public art project. It begins at the Met Cloisters (Station One – Jesus is Condemned) and ends at the National September 11 Memorial (Station Fourteen - Entombment). Several churches, including Trinity Church Wall Street and the Riverside Church will also serve as stations. Additionally, other stations include the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art and the African Burial Ground Visitor Center.
If you will be attending the Consortium of Endowed Episcopal Parishes, make sure that you join General Seminary's "An Anglican Theology of Formation."
Anti-Human Trafficking Activist and Co-Founder of Gravity to speak on “Contemplative Activism: Sustainable Spirituality and Social Justice” at The General Theological Seminary