With more than 200 years of faithful service behind us at Union Presbyterian Seminary, we enter our third century ready to build on our strengths and respond to the needs of our students, alumni, congregations, and the global church.
With a vision to serve the church in new ways, the leadership at Union has moved boldly forward. In a time of economic recession, the Board of Trustees voted for a fundraising campaign of $53 million. Volunteers and staff have raised $48 million during the “silent phase” to support new programs needed for a changing society and a changing church.
It’s about going out into the communities, empowering and encouraging this type of dialogue and action. This is one thing we can do to continue Kurtis’ life-long passion and legacy. It just feels right!