SIM does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender expression, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, in any of its activities or operations.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS FURTHER EXTENDED TO MAY 12TH 2020

Transforming the Leadership of the Church through Scholarships & Relationships

Since 1857 Over 5000 Seminarians Have Been Funded By SIM

Below please find the information you will need to determine whether you are eligible, application links, criteria for selection, and timetables for each award category.

There will be three types of scholarship awarded this year:

The SIM Merit Scholar Award

The Becoming Beloved Community Scholarship

The SIM Named Scholarship Award

Eligibility/Criteria:
A history of engagement or strong call to the ministries of justice and reconciliation; or as a contributor to the cultural diversification of the church.


The SIM Merit Scholar Award

Eligibility/Criteria:
Nomination by your bishop.
Outstanding academic achievement.
Qualities of spiritual and theological depth, history of leadership, gifts for innovation.


The Becoming Beloved Community Scholarship

The Becoming Beloved Community scholarship supports theological students with a strong call to the ministries of justice and reconciliation or who, by their very histories and backgrounds and prior engagements in ministry, contribute to the racial, ethnic and cultural diversification of leadership in the Episcopal Church. This scholarship bears the descriptive name of what Dr. Martin Luther King referred to when he spoke of the flourishing human community as it stands for and enacts justice, or "the public face of love."


Named Scholarships for non-traditional students

Eligibility/Criteria:
For any first year non-traditional theological student...
Particular access for those pursuing a non-traditional path of theological education in preparation for service in small congregations..

 


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