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Member Seminaries

This Campaign is the first time that all of the episcopal bodies and seminaries of the six Pan-Methodist denominations have united in their support a social concern that is an expression of their Christian faith.

Every Pan-Methodist seminary (see list below) has endorsed and agreed to participate in the Pan-Methodist Campaign for Children in Poverty.

In requesting the seminaries’ endorsements, five goals were stated. Their endorsement meant that they would:

1) assert their support for this social witness initiative of their denominations;

2) affirm their common Wesleyan heritage of care for and with the poor;

3) participate in this ecumenical movement to serve children in poverty;

4) understand this Campaign as an opportunity to prepare church leaders for justice ministries; and

5) involve faculty and students in projects that assist congregations in their outreach to children in poverty.

Each seminary will have its distinctive ways of participating in the Campaign. Those indicated by asterisk have submitted reports that you can view by clicking on the name.

Boulden Seminary
Boston University School of Theology*
Candler School of Theology (Emory University)*
Claremont School of Theology
Drew Theological School
Duke Divinity School*
Gammon Theological Seminary
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary*
Hood Theological Seminary*
Illif School of Theology
Methodist Theological Seminary in Ohio
Payne Theological Seminary
Perkins School of Theology
Phillips School of Theology
St. Paul School of Theology*
Turner Theological Seminary
United Theological Seminary
Wesley Theological Seminary
Wilmington Bible Institute