Introduction to SFTS
A Video Message from President Jim McDonald & Rev. Floyd Thompkins
James Noel Memorial Service Part 1
James Noel Memorial Service Part 3
Labyrinth Moonwalk
Center for Innovation – Smallify
2013 Graduation Weekend
2013 Welcome Week
Montgomery Chapel
Geneva Hall

Rev. Floyd Thompkins Preaching at Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: January 15, 2017
Commencement 2016
James Noel Tribute
James Noel Memorial Service Part 2
Jon Berquist Healing Lecture Highlights

SFTS Commencement 2015

Herman Waetjen Book Talk

2014 Welcome Week
A Mosaic for Ministry

Fire Training at SFTS

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Seminary News

GTU Solidarity Statement

Along with the Graduate Theological Union, we invite all people in the academic, religious, civic and government communities to join us in these efforts to honor the Constitution and our nation’s commitment to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and to secure the inalienable right of all human beings to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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YAVs Visit SFTS to Create Plan for the Future of the Church

On February 17, 2017, the San Francisco Theological Seminary was pleased to host eight members of the alumni of the Young Adult Volunteers (YAV) program for their first ever working retreat. In this three-day event at SFTS, the group gathered to work on a project defining “How Does Today’s Church Need to Look?”

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Inquirers Weekend at SFTS

We invite you to be our guest and visit our campus April 20-22, 2017 for Inquirers Weekend! Part academic seminar, part spiritual retreat, this weekend will introduce you to our robust academic programs and reflective, inclusive community.

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Healing Spiritual Wounds: An Evening with Carol Howard Merritt

Join author, speaker, and minister Rev. Carol Howard Merritt for an evening discussing her latest book, Healing Spiritual Wounds. Merritt responds to the conflicting image of the church as a safe space and dangerous place, and provides a way to remain a part of the church and renew personal faith even when the institution falls short on its mission.

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