Community Life in Sewanee
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The School of Theology in Sewanee, Tennessee—truly one of the most beautiful places in the United States. The 13,000-acre campus of the University of the South is perched high on the Cumberland Plateau. The "Mountain," as it is called by the locals, is a sanctuary for formation, worship, academic, and community life.
The School of Theology is home to an accredited seminary of The Episcopal Church and one of the oldest-established centers for Christian education in the country—the Beecken Center. Here the rythym of life revolves around the sounds of birds and ringing of church bells.
Seminarians from across The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion enjoy a welcoming and inclusive community built on a faithful prayer life in a rigorous academic atmosphere.
Right here you can raise a family or enjoy the single life—and don't forget your pets!
Right here you can choose between very diverse of ministry options—field educations sites that range from bustling inner cities to bucolic rural locals; cross-cultural experiences here and abroad; community engagement with undergraduates of the College of Arts and Sciences, to name just a few.
Right here you can meet and hear some of today's most important leaders and lecturers in the Church and Anglican Communion.
Right here you can make friends and connections that will serve you well throughout your ministry, no matter where it calls you.
Want to see more about life in Sewanee? Check out the video below. Then make plans to come for a visit.