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Exploring Faithful Vocations in Global Climate Justice Movements

This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Ecological Regeneration and sustainGETS Please join us for a lunch conversation with […]

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Native Tea Making with Bonnie McKiernan

In-person | Main 207 sustainGETS invites the Garrett community to learn about Native tea-making practices with Bonnie McKiernan of the […]

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Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet

Join sustainGETS and the Center for Ecological Regeneration for a viewing of Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet. In […]

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COP27: A Garrett Student’s Sustainable Vision of Hope

While the specifics have yet to be ironed out, with no funds to be disbursed until at least COP28 next year, I feel cautiously hopeful.  I’m deeply glad for having had the chance to participate in the process, in however marginal a way, and I feel like I learned a tremendous amount simply by being present and listening.   

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Seeking Truth Through Research and Repair

In keeping with its mission to cultivate communities of transformation and hope for the healing of the world, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary has formed a study committee to provide a historical account of the seminary’s relationship to the Native peoples of the Midwest region where the campus is located and to recommend a set of actions to pursue for the sake of justice and repair.

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New Certificate in Ecological Regeneration Launching in 2022-2023 Academic Year

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary will offer a new Certificate in Ecological Regeneration starting in the 2022-2023 academic year. Approved by the […]

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“The Just Healing of God’s Creation for the Flourishing of All”

L. Robert and Marilyn McClean Chair in Ecological Theology and Practice Installation Address Given by Reverend Dr. Timothy Eberhart

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History of Centers and Institutes at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

The history of centers and institutes at Garrett-Evangelical begins with the creation of the Center for the Church and the Black Experience. Instituted in 1970 as one of the primary emphases of the seminary, the Center for the Church and the Black Experience has been a beacon of hope and inspiration for Black students, pastors, churches, and communities for nearly five decades. It has been instrumental in fusing Black people and Black religious life into the entire seminary community.

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Center for Ecological Regeneration: Mission and Vision

With the launch of the Center for Ecological Regeneration, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary is both deepening and extending the moral and theological commitments already embedded in our existing centers and institutes. In doing so, it’s important to name that ecological concerns, and the recognition of their inseparability from struggles for racial, gender, and socio-economic justice, have long been associated with Garrett.   

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Center for Ecological Regeneration: A Charge from the Land

By Jacqueline Anderson, Master of Arts in Public Ministry, Ecological Regeneration Concentration In the book of Genesis humans are the […]

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Center for Ecological Regeneration: A Charge from Students

Presented by Leo Karris, Master of Arts in Public Ministry, Ecological Regeneration Concentration On behalf of all past, current, and […]

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Center for Ecological Regeneration: Presidential Charge from the Seminary

On behalf of the Trustees and Administration of the Seminary, it is my honor to officially launch the Center for Ecological Regeneration and to offer two specific charges for the center and to its inaugural director.

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Garrett-Evangelical Achieves Certification as a “Green Seminary” by the Green Seminary Initiative

After the successful completion of a three-year strategic plan aimed at deepening the seminary’s environmental ethos and commitments, Garrett-Evangelical Theological […]

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Rev. Dr. Timothy Eberhart

The Seminary, Communities of Faith, and Ecological Regeneration

At the most basic level, I’d say that a commitment to caring for creation is intimately connected to the central mark of Christian discipleship, which is loving God with one’s whole life and loving one’s neighbor as oneself.

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Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary Continues Their Greening Journey

Currently, the seminary is in year two of a three-year Green Seminary certification program through the Green Seminary Initiative (GSI). […]

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