The Interdenominational Theological Center is a a consortium of five Christian seminaries located in Atlanta, Georgia which are predominantly African-American, including the Morehouse School of Religion, Gammon Theological Seminary, Turner Theological Seminary, Phillips Theological Seminary, and Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary.
The Interdenominational Theological Center’s mission is to “educate students to commit to practicing justice and peace through a liberating and transforming spirituality to become leaders in the church and local/global communities.”
The degree programs offered at the Interdenominational Theological Center include master’s degrees in divinity, as well as Master’s of Arts in Religion and Education.
This school offers an Antifessional Learning Center that is dedicated to providing training and development services to the community through workshops, seminars, lecture series, and mentoring experiences.
The RISE Together Mentorship Network is a unique program that helps connect current and former students of the Interdenominational Theological Center together in mentoring relationships.
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