Thursday’s Beer and Hymn Sing is sponsored by Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Doctor of Ministry program.
The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Doctor of Ministry Program is launching a new Reformed Theology cohort in June in partnership with New College, Edinburgh. Information is available at www.pts.edu/Reformed_Focus
Join them this evening beginning at 7:30 at the Buckhead Saloon with music by the Fleshpots of Egypt, a festival favorite, where you can meet new friends, share some fellowship while joining together to sing some rousing renditions of your favorite hymns! We hope to see you there!
Founded in 1794, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary is a graduate theological school of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), offering master’s and doctor of ministry degrees as well as certificate programs. Pittsburgh Seminary prepares women and men for ministries in established and emerging Christian communities around the world. Rooted in the Reformed tradition and with a centuries-old history of mission and scholarship in service of the church, the Seminary is committed to relationships of mutual learning and serving with Christ-followers from other traditions and theological viewpoints. Their faculty and educational resources cultivate theologically reflective and contextually engaged Christian leaders. Their programs nurture vocational formation for bearing witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ. The student body is comprised of Presbyterians, Baptists, Methodists, Episcopalians, Orthodox, and more than 20 other traditions from more than 30 U.S. states and countries around the world. Learn more about all they have to offer at www.pts.edu.