Here are just a few of the opportunities for alumni, current students and friends of GRTS to stay involved in our seminary community.
Thursday Evening Bible Class (TEBC)
Annually, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary offers the community a Fall Bible teaching series through the Thursday Evening Bible Class. These biblical lectures are delivered by faculty of the seminary and typically run from 8-12 weeks. Several hundred individuals from the community attend each series, representing a variety of Christian denominations and associations.
Intercultural Studies Lecture Series
Annually, GRTS offers an evening event featuring a guest lecturer who addresses topics relevant to the study of multicultural topics from a theological and psychological perspective. The purpose of this series is to provide a forum where students, faculty and friends of GRTS can engage in an open dialogue about the connection between Christian worldview and racial/gender reconciliation. The guest lecturers contribute sound information to help people become more culturally informed and aware of what is needed to seek unity in the corporate body of Christ. Each of these evening events involves a lecture followed by a Q & A, and concludes with a dessert buffet to provide a time of fellowship.
Grand Rapids Theological Seminary and Cornerstone University partnered with the Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) to host the West Michigan Regional Conference on March 6-8, 2014. For more information about the Christian Community Development Association of West Michigan, please click here.