Bible and religion at EMU
EMU Bible and religion graduates are working all over the globe in churches, service organizations and schools, making a difference with Anabaptist and Mennonite core values of faith, non-violence and service.
With nearby resources like a seminary on campus and the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, a world renowned graduate program, as well as an active campus ministries team, opportunities for worship and study of faith abound.
Opportunities to lead and learn
Opportunities to develop your skills in real-world settings are plentiful on campus, too. Take on a leadership role on your residence hall, or become a pastoral or ministry assistant and lead chapel services.
Join student-led Celebration, a music worship gathering held every Sunday evening during the semester.
The in-the-field Ministry Inquiry Program encourages students to explore pastoral ministry and test their gifts and sense of call first-hand. Participants work under the supervision of a pastor and are involved in many aspects of a minister’s life and work.
Bible and Religion news
- May 30th, 2013
Five Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) students are learning through direct experience this summer with congregations and organizations throughout the United States as part of Mennonite Church USA’s Ministry Inquiry Program. Students are encouraged to teach, preach, provide pastoral visitation, participate in administrative meetings and learn about the day-to-day challenges and joys of serving as a ...More
- March 14th, 2013
Andrea Saner will help Eastern Mennonite Seminary (EMS) and undergraduate students find connections between the ancient texts of the Old Testament and our modern world and church life. The newest member of the Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) and seminary faculty, Saner has been named assistant professor of Old Testament and Hebrew language. “My favorite moment ...More