Toni Reynolds

“I see myself worshiping with people who desire healthy and difficult conversations, who hold one another accountable, and distribute and receive grace as we interact with each other. A commitment to improving our habits, working to preserve and improve our spaces for the generations to come, is paramount.”

Toni ReynoldsUnion Theological Semianry
Nick Ison

If I have a ‘call story,’ this is it. In that moment, I realized that there was something about service that made profound sense to me, and the calm contentment it provided led me to explore the God leaders of the service trip had been talking about but that I had, until that point, ignored.”

Nick IsonPrinceton Theological Seminary
Scott Bostic

“…my hope that through studying in Seminary I will find and avenue to care for God’s people [where I live]—not only pastorally, but also practically, even through something as simple as the shoes on their feet.”

Scott BosticWesley Theological Seminary
Tavonda Hudson

“I see seminary as essential to my role in justice work.  The church is called to be a prophetic voice and an agent of uplift for those on the margins and yet Sunday morning is the most segregated hour in America.”

Tavonda HudsonMcAfee School of Theology

What is the Center for Faith and Service?

At the Center for Faith and Service, We build community upon bold questions, deep hope, and continuous service. There are many ways to connect, and that’s exactly the point.

The Center is based in Chicago, Illiniois, but you’ll find us all around the country and the globe – in churches, communities, schools, and seminaries.  Join us in the forums, download vespers, help someone find a job or service opportunity. Together, we can move this world forward.

Faith³ Ministries

At the Center for Faith & Service, we seek to cultivate an integrated faith which is active in the Head, Heart and Hands. Thus, Faith3!

Faith Active in the Head

Our focus on re-envisioning theological education for a new age is at the core of our integrated view of faith.

Faith Active in the Heart

A heart filled with love of others, self, and God motivates us.

Faith Active in the Hands

Faith without actions is not faith at all (James 2:17). What we learn and how we love motivates the action of our lives.

Our programs focus on six areas of ministry.

Presence

For the church to have a genuine relationship with young people, they must to feel as if they are being loved and cared for.

Relevance

How does the church make itself relevant to a generation hell-bent on “changing” the world?

Engagement

How can you engage the world and explore and deepen your spiritual life?

Leadership

How will you lead the world and the church?

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