Our partner seminary in Denver, Iliff School of Theology, is having an Open House for prospective students tomorrow (Wednesday), the 26th of April. If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about Iliff’s culture, coursework, and/or areas of study, please share!

From the event website:

We welcome prospective students to the Iliff School of Theology to visit us during the Open House. The day will begin at 10:00 am with a greeting and orientation to the day by President Tom Wolfe. The day proceeds with an inspirational chapel service, followed by lunch with the Iliff community of students, staff, faculty and board members.

The afternoon continues with a dynamic conversation with faculty members about the interdisciplinary nature of theological education, our innovative internship program, and Iliff’s expansive library and technology resources. Join us for dinner with current students to learn about their Iliff experiences. The day concludes with attending a historical class with Dean Albert Hernandez about violence and toleration in medieval Europe.

Schedule: 

10 am – Welcome & Why Iliff?

11 am – Iliff Chapel with Rocky Mountain Conference UMC Bishop Karen Oliveto Preaching

12 pm – Community Meal

1 pm – Faculty Conversation on the Interdisciplinary Nature of Theological Education

2 pm – Campus Tours

3 pm – Internship Overview

3:30 pm – Library & Technology

4pm – Conversations with Admissions

5 pm – Dinner with Current Students

6 pm – Observe a Historical Depth course with Dean Albert Hernandez