We are not accepting enrollment for Fall 2020 through Spring 2021 academic year, at this time, for this program. The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree equips students to be mindful agents of change as influential leaders for a more just and humane world. Student-practitioners serve and impact evolving local and global communities in concrete ways. The program begins with an 11-day summer residency, followed by two 4-day residencies in the fall and winter. Students continue in a program of study in which they develop expertise in an area of ministerial growth or specialization, culminating in service to church and community. By fostering collaboration, graduates expand their capacity for leading congregations and religiously affiliated organizations.