|Address 1:||3000 5th St NW|
|Legal Name:||United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities|
When you come to United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, you join a community that is intentionally open, socially aware, and theologically adventurous. Our passion is equipping leaders to make real, lasting change in the world–whether your vocation is in faith leadership, non-profit leadership, academia, the arts, activism, or social entrepreneurship. Founded as a welcoming, ecumenical school that embraces all denominations and faith traditions, United has been on the cutting edge of progressive theological thought leadership since it was established in 1962. Today, United continues to train leaders who dismantle systems of oppression, explore multifaith spirituality, and push the boundaries of knowledge. With our roots in the United Church of Christ and our practice of embracing the full diversity of faith expressions and understandings, United is a generous and welcoming seminary where all—trailblazers and traditionalists, questioners and yearning spirits, people of every faith background, race, age, ability, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status and family structure, economic and social status—come to explore the boundless possibilities and create a loving and beloved community. United has a variety of graduate degree programs (MA, MAL, MDiv, DMin, and certificates) with concentrations in Interreligious Chaplaincy, Social Transformation, Theology and the Arts, Bible as Narrative, and Religion and Theology. Foci also include Bahá'í Studies, Spiritual Direction, and Church Leadership. With in-person, virtual, and hybrid course options, United meets students where they are, providing options to study at a pace compatible with the demands and opportunities of contemporary life. United is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools and the Higher Learning Commission. Learn more at www.unitedseminary.edu or check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/UnitedTheologicalSeminaryTC/.
Ecumenical and Interreligious