At Duke Divinity School, we’re dedicated to unifying the life of prayer, study, and service to form leaders for the Christian church. Largely a residential learning community, students at the Divinity School are primarily formed for Christian ministry through our degree programs, worship, student activities and organizations, as well as opportunities to serve neighborhoods within the United States and throughout the world.
With dozens of Christian denominations and communities of faith represented among students, staff and faculty, the Divinity School is a rich ecumenical community that enjoys regular worship opportunities encouraged by our diverse houses of study and student groups.
Racquel Gill Selected as Orientation Speaker
Gill was selected by the senior class to preach during new student orientation on Aug. 20.
Graduate Conference Call for Papers
The Oct. 3-4 conference will address theological perspectives on suffering.
Divinity School Celebrates 88th Baccalaureate Service
Richard Lischer, James T. and Alice Mead Cleland Professor of Preaching, delivered the sermon for the May 10 service.
Th.D. Candidate Named CBF Global Missions Coordinator
Steven Porter has been selected for the position with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
Baccalaureate Service May 10
The school's 88th Baccalaureate Service will take place in Duke Chapel. Professor Richard Lischer will preach.
Hauerwas to Address Military Suicide and Christian Witness
On April 9, the Divinity School will host a public lunchtime discussion with Stanley Hauerwas, “Military Suicide & Christian Witness: A Conversation and Call to Act.”
'Sacraments in Stilettos' Panel
A discussion on April 8 will address issues relating to women in ministry.
M.Div. Student Wins FASPE
Michelle Wolfe will join the 2-week Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics program.
Divinity Student Focuses on Abuse Survivors
Student Adam Baker, M.Div. '14, organized a conference that focuses on pastoral care of abuse survivors. Read more in The Herald Sun.