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United Theological Seminary Launches Urban Ministry Initiative
Date:4/29/2013

ade it possible for United to invest deeply in the community. We look forward to seeing our students learn about urban ministry in association with other churches in the community, throughout Dayton and beyond.”

United is committed to preparing its students to become church leaders who will serve not only as pastors, but also as constructive change agents for renewal and community development. The DaytonView initiative will provide students with an urban laboratory in which they can live, learn and serve in association with other residents and with local church and community leaders.

In addition to the church building, several nearby houses will be remodeled for student housing. The seminary’s Contextual Education and Urban Ministry programs will provide the organizational structure for the students’ work.

The Center for Urban Ministry will also function as a resource for neighboring ministries, according to Dr. Felicia LaBoy, the Center’s director.

“It is our hope and prayer that both the community and the seminary will benefit from this educational partnership,” she stated.

“The City of Dayton is thrilled to have United Theological Seminary committed to the Dayton View neighborhood. The United Methodist Church is very active in this area of the city, and the new efforts from United will help to further revitalize the neighborhood,” said Max Fuller, the President’s Assistant for the DaytonView initiative.

“This is a special calling,” explained President Deichmann. “At United Theological Seminary our mission is to recruit and educate faithful leaders for the mission of Jesus Christ in the world. What better way to accomplish this mission than to place students who will be the next generation of church leaders into communities like DaytonView, in ministries where they will help to bring both spiritual and practical renewal? The students in
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