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Given, Blessed, and Broken: Dr. Keith Anderson’s Convocation Address

Convocation, one of our favorite community rhythms, took place at St. Mark’s Cathedral on September 9. As we continued extending our welcome to the new cohort, we joined together as one community to bless and to be blessed. Dr. Keith Anderson shared important words about the DNA of The…

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President Anderson’s Charge to the 2017 Incoming Cohort

On August 28, 2017, we welcomed the newest cohort of students to The Seattle School. The first day of orientation was filled with excitement and curiosity, readiness and hesitation, hope and doubt. In the midst of complex emotions for all involved, Dr. Keith Anderson shared a timely charge that…

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In Support of Houston: We Stand with You

As the news of Houston has come to us, our hearts have been heavy with sorrow, concern and hope for mercy.  We pray you are all safe but know many of you have suffered and will continue to suffer devastating loss as the rains continue to drown…

We Are Not Built Alone

On June 24, 2017, we celebrated The Seattle School’s 19th Commencement ceremony at Seattle’s historic Town Hall. It was a day that was at once festive and sacred as our entire community gathered to honor the hard work of the graduating students in our

(S)ending 2017 Equips Students for Life as Alumni

The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology is in the midst of (S)ending 2017, an annual season of events and conversations designed to orient the school’s graduates to life and career after Commencement. (S)ending is organized by the Office of Students & Alumni, in partnership with alumni…

22 Alumni Present at the Second Annual Symposia

On October 8, The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology hosted the second annual Symposia: An Intersection of Conversation & Innovation, featuring presentations by more than 20 alumni representing each of our degree programs.

Symposia was created to celebrate the vibrant, innovative work of our alumni…