Wake Forest University School of Divinity

Welcome to Wake Divinity!

We are committed to Justice, Reconciliation, and Compassion.

In a world with ever changing and always increasing need, learning about, and practicing ministry are not easy undertakings. No matter your passion, we invite and encourage you to learn more about Wake Divinity.

Our graduates are leaders in a diverse range of vocational paths, including:  congregational ministry, non-profit management, chaplaincy, social justice advocacy, science, peacebuilding, food security, health, ecology and more.

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Today is International #HolocaustRemembranceDay. We commemorate the lives of the 6 million Jews and millions of others killed in the Holocaust and honor the legacy of those who survived.

We look forward to welcoming Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker as the proclaimer for our next weekly chapel service. He currently serves as the rabbi at Temple Emanuel in Winston-Salem, NC.

Join us on Tuesday, Jan 31, at 11am in Davis Chapel.

Join our team! We're hiring an Assistant Teaching Professor in Practical Theology, School of Divinity.

Learn more at hr.wfu.edu/careers.

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We are excited to announce our new Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree!

Learn more at divinity.wfu.edu/DMin

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We've extended our priority application deadline to Sunday, Jan. 22!

All applicants are encouraged to submit their applications by the priority decision deadline to be given full consideration for financial aid, including the Wake Divinity Scholars Visit.

ICYMI: Professor Melanie L. Harris was our proclaimer for this week's community worship service. Watch her sermon entitled "Forgiving Sexism: Kings' Legacy & the Art of Re-Imagining."


We invite you to join us on Tuesdays at 11 am in Davis Chapel!

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Join us Thursday, Jan. 19, at 5 pm for the second event of our 2023 James and Marilyn Dunn Lecture Series, featuring Chuck Poole, retired Pastor of Northminster Baptist Church.

This lecture will be live-streamed on our Facebook page for those unable to join us on campus.