Atlantic School of Theology, an ecumencial university serving Christ's mission, cultivates excellence in graduate-level theological education and research, creative and faithful formation for lay and ordained ministries, and understanding among communities of faith.
About Our Charity
AST is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada. Program offerings include:
- Master of Divinity (MDIV)
- Master of Arts (Theology and Religious Studies)
- Graduate Certificate in Theological Studies
- Adult Education Certificate in Theological Studies
- Diploma in Youth Ministry
- Diploma Program in the New Evangelization
What People Are Saying
"Ecumenism demonstrates to the wider community that AST can provide a collaborative and effective learning experience to students from a variety of participating Christian denominations."
— Jack Walsworth, Adult Ed CTS 2013
"Within a pastoral care and ministry setting, ecumenism [involves] . . . working with other denominations to create a sense of community and respect for various beliefs."
— Marilyn Rees, MDiv 2013