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Posted by on Feb 16, 2017 in News | 0 comments

March 4, 2017 – NTS West’s “The Gathering”

Date/Time: Saturday, March 4, 2017, 11am-2pm Location: All Community Gathering Second Baptist Church 4300 Westminster Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92703 Click here to get directions (through Google Maps) Information New Theological Seminary of the West invites all students, faculty, potential students, trustees and friends of the seminary to attend The Gathering. The Gathering is designed to enable the NTSWest seminary community to come together for fellowship; information sharing; lunch and worship. There is no charge for persons attending. For further information please call the seminary office at 626-765-9500 or email us at info@ntswest.org. RSVP To RSVP to this event, fill out the form below: If you are human, leave this field blank.Will you be attending "The Gathering" on March 4, 2017?YesNoName *Email *PhoneComment SectionCaptcha...

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Installation Address of Our President The Rev. Dr. John D’Elia

Installation Address of Our President The Rev. Dr. John D’Elia

(This address was given on Nov. 5th, 2016 by The Rev. Dr. John A. D’Elia on the occasion of his installation as the first President of the New Theological Seminary of the West.) Family and friends, members of our board of trustees; students, faculty and honored guests, thank you so much for being here today. Your presence is a gift not only for me, but also for the New Theological Seminary of the West. As we establish ourselves in this region—as we work to provide practical ministry training that is rooted in deep theological reflection—your presence here affirms our goals and demonstrates your support. On behalf of our seminary, I want to say a very heartfelt thank you. It is a long-standing tradition at events such as this one to pose a question of some great significance, and then spend 30 minutes or so coming up with some lofty-sounding answers. The problem is that after a year and a half of this particular election season— of the accusations, recriminations,...

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