Methodist House provides opportunities for United Methodist and other Pan-Methodist students (AME, AMEZ, CME, Nazarene, Free Methodist, and Wesleyan) to gather for fellowship and formation. The house hosts worship, seminars, social events, and other Methodist enrichment events.
Methodist House alumni are leaders in the Methodist church both in U.S. and around the world. Our graduates are pastors, chaplains, youth ministers, lay leaders, professors, church planters, and more.
Scholarships and Fellowships
The Divinity School offers a number of scholarships for students pursuing ordination in the UMC, as well as students who have a calling for leadership in rural North Carolina. In addition, students may be eligible for support from their home conferences.
The curriculum of Duke Divinity School contains all the courses mandated by the Book of Discipline for ordination as a deacon or an elder in full connection in the United Methodist Church.
As an official seminary of the United Methodist Church, Duke Divinity School as a whole assures the Methodist curricular offerings. The school’s Center for Studies in the Wesleyan Tradition is also charged with staffing, supervising, and enriching our offerings in Methodist and Wesleyan studies.
Read more about courses required for ordination.