Missio Seminary began as Biblical School of Theology in 1971 through the shared vision of Dr. Allan A. MacRae, former president of Faith Theological School, and Dr. Jack W. Murray, president of Bible Evangelism, Inc. Dr. MacRae and his colleagues became the founding faculty and classes began meeting in Hatfield, Pennsylvania.
Thinking about pursuing a seminary education to strengthen your ministry? Missio offers many learning opportunities for degree seekers. Are you considering theological studies or professional pastoral education? Do you need advanced training in counseling or theological Advanced Cultural Studies classes to strengthen your English skills? Missio offers a variety of classes for a variety of vocational and continuing educational needs.
Online classes are offered throughout the year in theology and biblical studies. Courses vary from six to twelve weeks in duration and require weekly interaction with the professor and peers through discussion forums, collaborative activities, and online chatting.
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Our move to the heart of Philadelphia enables us to embody our missional convictions by serving more people in our region, the northeast corridor, and the world. Philadelphia is strategically located between Washington D.C. and New York City, two of the most influential cities on the planet. Being in Philadelphia will allow us to more effectively serve as the hands and feet of Jesus. It is a city of culture, creativity, and community, and we want to join in where the Holy Spirit is moving among the vibrant churches and ministries of the city. Our vision is to become Philadelphia’s seminary to prepare the next generation of servant-leaders.