Master of Divinity Campus

Rigorous study, spiritual disciplines and day-to-day mentoring form the core of ministry preparation in this redesigned program. Students learn and live in a vibrant seminary community, in a diverse city with opportunities for challenge and growth, and in a beautiful campus setting.

MDiv Campus is designed for:
  • People who want the long-standing strengths of the Master of Divinity program combined with mentoring, fellowship and formation in a community
  • People seeking a context where they can integrate learning with living in community and engaging with the surrounding context
  • People who want to develop leadership abilities with a Christian perspective-leadership that reflects the Anabaptist tradition.
Pratik Bagh, Gabe Pennington, Lee Hiebert and Mariah Martin

“AMBS grounded me in a conviction that my head and my hands belong together. I am deeply grateful to have been formed by such a place.” Kevin Chupp (MDiv 2020), Osceola, Indiana, and Aberdeen, Idaho

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MDiv Connect student Rachelle Lutjens with Safwat Marzoiuk, PhD, associate professor of Old Testament and Jamie Pitts, PhD, associate professor of Anabaptist studies

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