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.
Theology and Music: Wrap Session
The last week of this semester's Theology and Music class at Duke Divinity School culminated in student performances.
Prison Ministry Group Hosts Unlikely Friends
Greg Taylor, wrongly convicted of murder, and Yolanda Littlejohn, whose sister he was convicted of murdering, shared their story.
Student Wins FASPE
Griff Gatewood will join the 2-week Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics program.
Youth Ministry That's More Than Fun and Games
At Clemson UMC, a Duke Divinity School M.A.C.P. student has helped change its approach to youth ministry, adopting a richer, deeper model aimed at forming young people into devoted disciples.
The Reluctant Leader
A Harvard Law graduate resisted notions of leadership until she experienced a different model at Duke Divinity School.
On a ministry fellowship in rural North Carolina, Divinity student Jason Villegas sees God in dancing—and popsicles. Read the story in Duke Magazine.
Watch Live Webcast of Opening Convocation
Divinity School Dean Richard Hays will preach on Aug. 28 at the first worship service of the academic year.
Graduating Student Award Recipients
Duke Divinity School announces the recipients of student awards and top GPA.
Farewell Events Set for Jo Bailey and Sam Wells
The Divinity School and Duke Chapel to celebrate couple’s contributions.