The mission of Seminary for Seniors is to provide opportunities for further learning for adults 50 years and older. Courses focus on issues related to the intersection of faith and culture and are designed to stimulate students intellectually while building fruitful relationships.
Each course is in session for a five-week term, and is taught by facilitators with significant experience in their course’s subject matter. Thematic concentrations include theology, cultural studies, literature and the arts, religious studies, science and philosophy.
Students do not receive academic credit for completing courses, but are intellectually enriched through participation in class discussions and reading assignments. During the five-week term, each course will meet once a week for one to two hours.
The term registration fee allows participants to attend any or all courses taught during that term. Courses are held in local churches in multiple cities and states.
To find out more about how Seminary for Seniors can help you reach your lifelong learning goals, contact the registrar at 937.529.2201 ext. 3101