A Sacred Calling
For 21 years we have been faithful to the work of forming pastors, therapists, artists, and leaders with tools to engage personal and collective trauma for the sake of serving God & neighbor through transforming relationships. Your generous support is vital to sustaining our work.
Will you join us in furthering our mission and vision?
A Bold Beginning
The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology began as a cadre of dreamers daring to imagine a hub for deep, interdisciplinary, prophetic education. In September 1997 we matriculated our first cohort. Now, 21 years later, we have evolved into a dynamic organization home to a Graduate School & Seminary; The Allender Center; the Resilient Leaders Project; The Other Journal; a robust series of public lectures, gatherings, and online courses; two podcasts; and a host of generative writing, research, and investment in soul-tending work in communities across the globe.
A Courageous Community
Over the past 21 years, we have been committed to leading a movement of transformation through relationship, connected by faith in the person of Jesus and a commitment to our mission of serving God and neighbor. Our robust eco-system of faculty, staff, students, alumni, donors, and partners sustains and enlivens whole-person, interdisciplinary training that impacts communities across the world.
Join a Movement of Transformation
We are a robustly Christian learning community committed to joining the Spirit in cultivating a movement of healing and flourishing. We have seen the impact of our mission in the transformation of lives, families, and communities across the nation and around the world.
Will you join us in training and equipping leaders who do not shy away from the heartache around them? Will you help us raise up the next generation of leaders who have eyes to see and ears to hear?
We would be honored to have you join us in this profoundly sacred work.
Ways to Give
- Make a one-time or recurring secure gift online
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- Connect with our Advancement Team to discuss giving matching gifts, bequests, and stock transfers