Welcoming the Largest Incoming Class in Decades

The community kicks off the fall semester with a strong global reach.

Drew Theological Alumni Provide Critical Public Leadership

Alums share sermons, laments, poems and essays to inspire and educate the Drew community and beyond.

Nikki Hoskins Awarded Esteemed Fellowship

Drew Theological Student Earns Prestigious Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellowship.

Our Applications are Open for 2021

If you are looking to start a degree or certificate program in the Spring or Fall of 2021, apply now…

Pandemic Pandemonium

A new blog post from Catherine Keller, George T. Cobb Professor of Constructive Theology.

Drew Theological Students Land Jobs Through Internships

Real-world learning leads to real-world positions


Drew Theological School

Drew Theological School

Rooted. Innovative. Courageous.

We are looking for believers, activists, seekers, thinkers, counselors, preachers, teachers, poets and dreamers who value thinking and action.

• Commit to courageous Christianity.
• Mix it up for ecological and social justice.
• Inspire the church, the neighborhood, the city, the world.

The next generation of faith leaders needs imagination and courage to constructively engage the challenges and opportunities of our age. This is built into how we do things. No matter your degree program, a Drew Theological School education includes interdisciplinary courses that demand out-of-the-box thinking, apprenticeship training that addresses real-world issues and modes of learning that promote adaptability and innovation.

Reveal Event

Breakdown Whiteness

As a Black person in the U.S., are you tired of explaining structural racism to "well-meaning" friends and colleagues? As a white person, do you struggle with how to be a racial justice ally? And, why does this conversation always focus on Black and white? What could an intersectional, anti-racist approach look like?

Come hear how our (imperfect) responses to these questions sparked the creation of a new resource website - https://www.breakdownwhiteness.org. We'll talk about the genesis for the site, design and content decisions, and our hopes about how the site will be used in the future.

Panelists include:
Kate Blanchard, Charles A. Dana Professor of Religious Studies and Chair of Religious Studies, Sociology, & Anthropology at Alma College in Central Michigan.
Hannah Bowman, founder and director of Christians for the Abolition of Prisons
Amy Levad, Associate Professor of Moral Theology at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota
Hosted by:
Kate Ott, Associate Professor of Christian Social Ethics at Drew Theological School

Register now.

Keynote Event

"Is Being Black Bad For Your Health?"

Join us as we invite Dr. Julius Garvey and Rebkha Atnafou, MPH to speak with Dr. Kenneth Ngwa of Drew University and Dr. Will Ngwa of the Global Health Catalyst acting as discussants.

Julius Garvey, M.D., F.A.C.S, F.R.C.S.(C), F.I.C.S., F.A.C Ph., F.A.C.C.W.S. is a Board-Certified surgeon specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of vascular diseases. Dr. Garvey is the son of the late Marcus Garvey, founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League, and an early proponent for civil rights and Pan-Africanism. Learn more about him here.

Rebkha Atnafou is the CEO of RnD Associates Global. She is the Associate Director for Community Engagement at Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute and she also serves as the Associate Director of the Bunting Neighborhood Leadership Program at Johns Hopkins. Learn more about her here.

Register now.