United Theological Seminary

Events Calendar

What’s happening on campus?

What gives your life meaning and purpose? What is a chaplain? What does prayer mean to you? Are you spiritual or religious? Is religion important to you? What does the world need more of? Come and sit at the communal tables with these questions on signs and interview passerby and learn what is on their heart. Contact Khutt@unitedseminary.edu to sign up.

Join us for our monthly chapel, where we’ll be focusing on key formation qualities. We will hear from our new assistant professor of social transformation, Gary Green, who will speak on authentic spirituality. 

Tue Oct 0 8

Arts Lab

All students are invited to gather in the Intersection and share something they are working on — a poem, a play, a Faith Formation arts project, song or painting. Together we will help each other hone our creative expression. We will also spend time with local artists who are using their art for social transformation, healing, and beauty.

All distance students are invited to a facilitated conversation with Rev. Karen Hutt and Sara Smalley. Bring your questions, concerns, reflections and joys.

Tue Oct 1 5

Arts Lab

All students are invited to gather in the Intersection and share something they are working on — a poem, a play, a Faith Formation arts project, song or painting. Together we will help each other hone our creative expression. We will also spend time with local artists who are using their art for social transformation, healing, and beauty.

Join the Social Transformation faculty? Gary Green and Justin Sabia-Tanis? for a fun look at popular culture and the ways its creators are making a statement about our society. Each month, we?ll watch something entertaining and engage in brief conversation about it. Feel free to bring your lunch.

Become more responsive and flexible in your ministry! There is a body of work that believes the quick pace and the varied contexts for ministry is very similar to the skills that improvisation requires. Say yes/and! Facilitated by Jim Robinson, Brave New Workshop, and Rev. Meg Riley, UU minister.

Wed Oct 2 3

D.Min Happy Hour

The Lab
767 Eustis Street, Unit 115, Saint Paul, MN 55114

Join Demian Wheeler, Director of Advanced Studies, along with fellow D.Min students, alums, faculty, and staff in creating a sense of community among D.Min students at United.

Our first Happy Hour of the year will take place on Wednesday, October 23 @ 5:30 p.m. We will meet at The Lab, which is on the south side of the Case Building (United is on the north side). The address is 767 Eustis Street, Unit 115, Saint Paul, MN 55114.

Please RSVP at your earliest convenience. Happy Hours will be scheduled during hybrid week in the hopes that some of our distance students will be able to attend. So, mark your calendars now; you don’t want to miss it! I’ll be sure to send out a reminder a couple of weeks before the event.

Midtown Global Market
920 E Lake St Office-G10, Minneapolis, MN 55407

Come and sit at communal tables with questions on signs such as, What gives your life meaning and purpose? Interview passerby and learn what is on their heart. Contact khutt@unitedseminary.edu to sign up.

Wellbeing Wednesday is a program that offers community caregivers (clergy, chaplains, social workers, hospice volunteers, etc,) and change-makers (nonprofit staff, community activists, innovators, etc.) respite, renewal, and replenishment, and encourages integrative health and wellbeing among participants.

Relieve yourself of technology and the problems of the world and let us care for you. Participate in free community yoga, meditation, dancing, and art, or schedule private healing touch, reiki, or tarot sessions. If you want to participate in community dancing, please bring your headphones and favorite playlist.

Come when you are able and stay as long as you like.Walk-in and scheduled appointments for reiki, healing touch, cranial sacral, and tarot available: https://tinyurl.com/wellbeingwednesdays

Lunch provided.