The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology has announced its first annual benefit gathering, an opportunity to gather together, hear stories of impact, and share vision for the future. The gathering, 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, April 9, will feature dinner, drinks, live music, and opportunities to partner with The Seattle School in advancing its mission.

The benefit gathering is open to students, alumni, staff, and faculty, as well as relatives, friends, and members of the community who are interested in learning about the unique philosophy and vision that guides The Seattle School. Dr. Keith R. Anderson, President, and Wendell Moss, a 2008 graduate of the MA in Counseling Psychology program, will present.

“My hope is that this will be an annual gathering, that it will be a fun get together for our community to celebrate who we are and raise support for our future,” says Ashley Wilson Oster, Director of Development for The Seattle School.

The Seattle School’s mission is to train people to be competent in the study of text, soul, and culture in order to serve God and neighbor through transforming relationships. We pursue this mission through a variety of graduate degree programs, certificate programs, and special events. We invite you to join us on April 9 to learn more about how our programs are helping form creative, passionate, and thoughtful pastors, therapists, artists, practitioners, storytellers, and provocateurs of change.