In addition to our seasonal resources, the Seminary offers a variety of other ministry resources organized here by category. You may also find these lecture and book discussion guides helpful, provided by the Office of Continuing Education.
Offering a variety of materials helpful to individuals, church communities, and neighborhoods as a means of promoting knowledge, understanding, compassion, and peace among all God’s people.
This five-part prayer resource written by faculty, program directors, and leaders from the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary community provides thoughtful essays on ways Christians can pray with people experiencing life’s challenges.
This presentation addresses suicide and suicidal thoughts. Learn more about the "s" word that Christians fear.
In this webinar for Christian educators, Lisa Brown discusses traveling with youth groups.
The fictional account of two leaders in The Curse of Awesome illustrates the Miller Summer Youth Institute's approach to leadership.
Inquisitive Anthills is a series of nine tips designed to help you ask better discussion questions of youth groups.
Reflections from Wise Old Dudes and Dudettes: Mentoring is written by friends of the Miller Summer Youth Institute and addresses mentoring. This e-book is also available for your Kindle.
Check out the slide show that the Seminary's Miller Summer Youth Insitute has used when training youth leaders from around the country.
The Miller Summer Youth Institute Guitar Hymnal and SYI Hymnal for Wind Instruments are designed for a wide range of guitar and wind players and musical environments—perfect for the youth in your congregation with marching band or orchestra experience.
Rooted in the Reformed tradition, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary is committed to the formation of students for theologically reflective ministry and to scholarship in service to the global Church of Jesus Christ.
In addition to their on-campus duties, our faculty are experts in their fields and are available to preach and teach. Learn more about their topics of research and writing and invite them to present at your congregation or gathering.
The Seminary hosts a wide range of events—many of them free!—on topics of faith including church planting, mission, vocation, spiritual formation, pastoral care and counseling, archaeology, and many more. Visit our calendar often for a listing of upcoming events.
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