The seminary provides theological education for pastors, teachers and others involved in ministries around the world. Service opportunities include maintenance, child care, library services, meal preparation and service, switchboard and mailroom, seasonal outdoor work on the seminary grounds, light clerical work, and computer data entry. Service time offers ongoing congenial interaction with students, faculty and staff as well as interludes of inspirational chapel services and forums.
Housing is provided for volunteers who make a work commitment of three weeks or longer.
Some community meals are open to volunteers. The Volunteer Coordinators will inform you about these meals when you arrive. Otherwise, meal preparation and costs are on your own.