Intersections at The Seattle School
A Few Summer Reading Recommendations
These recommendations for our community come from our Assistant Librarian, Matt Gullet (MACP, 2011). Poetry The Bell and the Blackbird, poetry by David Whyte Novels On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous, by Ocean Vuong Bunny, by Mona Awad A Philosophy of Ruin, by Nicholas Mancusi The Nickel Boys, by Colson Whitehead Everything Inside, by Edwidge Danticat […]
Cultivating Hope with #ChemoWonderWoman Heather Abbott
Heather Abbott shares about her journey with stage 4 cancer and the relentless, hope-filled joy that she found even in the midst of great suffering.
Seattle School Library Resources
Most of you have already visited the school and are aware that you enter the library almost as soon as you come into the building. This was a deliberate decision made by those who came before us, and one that we enthusiastically support. Sharing the space with the school’s front desk, student lounge, and bookstore, […]
Unconventional Pastor: An Interview with Rachael Clinton
We interviewed Rachael Clinton about her journey of living into the calling of pastor, even when it doesn’t look like what others would expect.
What To Do After Graduation
With Commencement coming up next week, we asked alumni to share advice, stories, and resources for what to do after graduation.
Throwback Thursday: Sam Koekkoek
It was about two years ago that I packed up my whole life and moved five hours up I-5 to matriculate into The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. I was a bundle of nerves, having only ever lived in my hometown until now to begin this new learning venture in a brand new, big […]
Throwback Thursday: Shalom Shreve
The summer of 2015 was momentous. Summers are very busy in our family: We set up my husband’s art booth at Art Festivals every weekend, and I work at Starbucks because I love the diversity and complexity of people and interacting on a regular basis. Through the course of the summer, I felt a big […]
Church Life in Seattle
This post was written by Rachael Clinton, Director of Organizational Development for The Allender Center and member of The Allender Center Teaching Staff. As an MDiv alumna from The Seattle School and resident of Seattle for 10+ years, Rachael brings beautiful connection and insight into the church community in Seattle. We are thrilled to share […]
Breathing Myself to Life: How Story Informs My Vocation
Jenny Wade shares how her journey of learning to inhabit her body in a new, life-giving way informs her sense of vocation.
The Seattle School’s 21st Commencement Ceremony on June 29
The Seattle School community will gather at Town Hall Seattle on June 29 to celebrate 59 graduating students at the 2019 Commencement ceremony.
The Writing Workshop
“A blank page is terrifying…” “The last time I wrote a paper, the year started with 19 not 20…” “Friends ask me to proofread their papers; I love helping people’s ideas come through the written word…” “Am I supposed to already know what APA Style means?” “I like writing for myself, but writing assignments stress/overwhelm/bore […]
Unconventional Calling and Your Altar in the World
When we live into our unique calling and find our particular altar in the world, the image of God is revealed in profound and surprising ways.