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Burned out Serbian cathedral worshiping at GTS chapel

Burned out Serbian Orthodox cathedral now worshiping at Chapel of the Good Shepherd at General Seminary. “It’s really a joy to have them,” said the Very Rev. Kurt H. Dunkle, dean and president of General Seminary. “It’s never a sacrifice to extend hospitality.”

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David Hurd leaves GTS

The General Theological Seminary has announced that David Hurd will leave his position at the end of this month, the latest of a number of staff changes since last fall.

An Evensong to celebrate Professor Hurd’s 39 years at the seminary is planned for November 4th.

Regarding Hurd’s departure, Dean Dunkle says, “David Hurd’s influence on generations of church leaders is legion and for that General Seminary gives thanks. As his student a dozen years ago, he had a significant impact on […]

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Letter to the Editor: the saga at General Seminary

From time to time we will publish letters from our readers responding to articles posted at the Cafe. In today’s letter Sylvia Vasquez responds to our stories on the ongoing issues at General Seminary and issues a call to action for General Convention.

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GTS accreditation “solid” says dean

“One of the issues which seems to keep re-surfacing is the relationship with our accrediting body, the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). Let me see if a little explanation can remove any residual anxiety.”

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Board Chair +Sisk writes GTS Alums about GTS8

Bishop Sisk, Chair of the Board of Trustees of General Theological Seminary has posted a letter to the alumi/ae of GTS.  The Association of Theological Schools accreditation Commission visits General Seminary this week as well:

To: The Rev. Dr. R. Scott White
Members of the Alumni Executive Committee
Alumni/ae of The General Theological Seminary

From: The Rt. Rev. Mark Sisk

November 20, 2014

Thank you for the thorough report of your meeting with Bishop Shin on November 5, 2014, received on November 19th. I deeply appreciate the obvious love […]

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