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Preparing A New Generation of Leaders For Ministry In The 21st Century
Welcome to the Turner Theological Seminary’s Home Page. I’m pleased you have an interest in theological education at Turner Theological Seminary on the campus of the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) in Atlanta, Georgia. Our mission at Turner Theological Seminary is to prepare committed persons for the ministries of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Since 1894, men and women have been prepared for ministry as Bishops, Presiding Elders, Pastors, Chaplains, Educators, and Scholars. Turner Theological Seminary is an affiliate Graduate School of Theology of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and a Constituent school at the ITC.
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The Sixth Episcopal District (SED) Certificate Program is designed to provide individuals with a broad introduction and practical skills related to pastoral leadership and congregational ministry, through a five-course sequence in the following areas: church leadership and administration; managing bi-vocational ministry; preaching in ministry; self-awareness and congregational care; and church and community engagement.
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Turner Theological Seminary Alumni Hall of Fame Award Induction Ceremony:
Turner Theological Seminary Alumni Hall of Fame Award Induction Ceremony
Posted by Turner Theological Seminary on Monday, February 3, 2020
During the Spring Commencement Exercise, the following students from Turner Theological Seminary received the Master of Divinity Degree: Curry Butler, Marian Ellis, Dale Hicks, Sharron Jackson, Debra King, James Levert, Michael Martin, Clarence Mitchell, Raymond Robinson, Teris Robinson, Charity Rowe, Joshua Stampley-Gardiner, Ralph Trott, and Tashara Void.
Additionally, the following persons received the Doctor of Ministry (D. Min.) Degree: Miles Clark, Keenan Hale, Jacquelyn Hurston, Ann Marie Addison-Bentsi, Kevin Moore.
We are extremely proud to announce that during the 50th Session of the General Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, three graduates of Turner Theological Seminary were elected as Bishops in the A.M.E. Church.
The three were elected during the 50th Quadrennial Session of the General Conference of the A.M.E. Church, held July 5 – 13, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Each Bishop graduated from Turner Seminary as follows: Bishop Mitchell is from the class of 1986, Bishop Brailsford is from the class of 1983 and Bishop Wicker is from the class of 1991. They each were serving as Pastors in the Eleventh, Seventh, and Sixth Episcopal Districts respectively.
To each new Bishop, Turner Theological Seminary offers a heartfelt congratulations and best regards as you begin your new ministries in the A.M.E. Church. God Bless you all.