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Traditions: "All are Welcome..."

For nearly four decades, the Ecumenical Institute of Theology has been a place where people of many faith traditions gather for serious study and discussion of their commonalities and differences as they prepare for the challenges of doing theology and ministry. Among the traditions represented in our student body and faculty are:

African Methodist Episcopal Church
Baptist Churches
Episcopal Church
Roman Catholic Church
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
United Church of Christ
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Judaism
Greek Orthodox Church
United Methodist Church
Anglican Churches
Disciples of Christ
Church of the Brethren
Islam
Mennonite Churches
Religious Society of Friends
Antiochian Orthodox Church
Church of God
Pentecostal Churches
Nondenominational Churches
Progressive National Baptist Convention
Christian & Missionary Alliance
Orthodox Church in America
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
Southern Baptist Convention
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
Assemblies of God
American Baptist Churches
Reformed Church in America
Church of Christ
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
National Baptist Convention
Church of the Nazarene
Community Church of Christ
Evangelical Free Church
Church of God in Christ
Free Methodist Church

and more...

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