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NYTS "Sound The Alarm" Youth Summit

New York Theological Seminary

Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)

NYTS "Sound The Alarm" Youth Summit

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A Generation In Crisis!

 So we must… Sound the alarm in New York City! Raise the battle cry on my holy mountain!

 (Joel 2:1 the remix)


         Workshops will focus on:

        - professional leadership for Youth Ministry
        - urgency of ministry in the city
        - multi-culturalism and multi-expressionism in the new church

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For more information, please contact:

Nicole Duncan-Smith, Recruitment Officer

212-870-1212 |

Have questions about NYTS "Sound The Alarm" Youth Summit? Contact New York Theological Seminary

When & Where

The Interchurch Center
475 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10115

Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)

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New York Theological Seminary

New York Theological Seminary is a diverse and inclusive community of learning grounded in biblical witness and Christian tradition, with a historic urban focus. The Seminary prepares women and men for faith-based ministries  in the city and throughout the world.

Values Statement

  • NYTS is diverse and inclusive; it is evangelical, ecumenical, and increasingly multifaith
  • NYTS is a rigorously intellectual community of learning with a commitment to academic excellence
  • Grounded in the biblical witness, NYTS continues the heritage of Biblical Seminary in New York
  • Led by the Spirit in response to the call of Jesus Christ, NYTS is faithful to the Christian tradition as it grows to serve the broader religious world
  • NYTS educates leaders whose ministries are relevant to the life and work of the global urban world.

Learning Outcomes

  • Graduates of NYTS from all programs will be able to demonstrate competence in biblical and theological reflection that is faithful to one’s own tradition, dynamic in its articulation, and relevant to contemporary intercultural and multifaith contexts
  • the ability to identify, design, and put into practice diverse and inclusive models of ministry to achieve personal, ecclesial and social transformation and reconciliation
  • the ability to engage in critical reflection that fosters spiritual formation and renewal of individuals, faith-based communities, cities and the world.
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