Western Theological Seminary’s Graduate Certificate in Disability and Ministry aids students in the art and practice of ministering to those with disabilities.

Our Graduate Certificate in Disability and Ministry gives seminary students strength in the art and practice of ministering to and with those with disabilities.

One of the top theological degrees among seminary students at Western’s Holland campus is the Master of Arts (M.A.) program.

The M.A. is our most flexible degree, giving students an education from one of the top seminaries.

Western Theological Seminary’s Graduate Certificate in Urban Pastoral Ministry helped Judy Tiemeyer pursue her vision of establishing a multicultural church.

The Graduate Certificate in Urban Pastoral Ministry prepares pastors, seminary students, elders, ministers and church leaders for ministry in an urban context.

Jesse Heron sees Western Theological Seminary’s Graduate Certificate in Urban Pastoral Ministry as the best seminary degree available in urban ministry.

The Graduate Certificate in Urban Pastoral Ministry prepares pastors, seminary students, elders, ministers and church leaders for ministry in an urban context.

Western Theological Seminary’s Graduate Certificate in Urban Pastoral Ministry applies theological studies to cross-cultural ministry.

The Graduate Certificate in Urban Pastoral Ministry prepares pastors, seminary students, elders, ministers and church leaders for ministry in an urban context.

The Ralph and Cheryl Schregardus Friendship House at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan lets seminary students live alongside those with cognitive disabilities.

Our Graduate Certificate in Disability and Ministry gives seminary students strength in the art and practice of ministering to and with those with disabilities.

Western Theological Seminary is committed to academic excellence and self-designed learning.

The D. Min. degree develops a capacity for biblical and theological reflection, pastoral wisdom, and a missionary vision for cultural engagement.

Doctor of Ministry degrees at Western develop adult seminary students in the Reformed theological tradition.

The D. Min. degree develops a capacity for biblical and theological reflection, pastoral wisdom, and a missionary vision for cultural engagement.