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In 1960, United was the first major institution to be created by the newly formed United Church of Christ. The very best of what it means for the UCC to pray with Christ “that all may be one” was embodied in the mandate that United be an ecumenical seminary, grounded in the traditions from which the denomination was born. UCC graduates serve the church in a wide range of ministries throughout the country. Students will find a curriculum that satisfies the requirements of the denomination and offers these resources:
 
  • Four members of the resident faculty and one member of the staff are United Church of Christ:
  • Opportunities to relate to and participate in local, association, conference and national settings of the UCC;
  • UCC clergy act as mentors in carefully chosen field placements;
  • Reformation and UCC history and polity courses offered by UCC faculty;
  • Ecumenical worship at United means that UCC students, faculty, staff and clergy have the opportunity to lead worship in their own tradition as well as experience worship in a variety of styles and traditions.
  • Worship resources including the New Century Hymnal and Book of Worship; and
  • Scholarship opportunities that can provide up to full tuition.

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“Not only has United challenged me to explore some of those big questions I tried to ignore, it has also introduced some new ones I’d never dared to ask. The classes, the professors and the stimulating discussions with fellow students have all helped me re-form my ideas on so many levels--intellectual, spiritual, psychological and social. It’s a unique opportunity to find deep grounding and purpose for a life of intentional service and call.”
– Zoe Kuester, M.Div.

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