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Dear friends,

Underground Seminary is in its fourth year and going strong! Our readings are cutting edge, the classroom discussions deeply challenging, and our daily life together meaningful. Our students live simply, sustainably, and hospitably, and our leaders continue to volunteer their service in teaching, strategic planning and administration.

Rearranging our neurons

We meet four days a week starting with a group devotional at 8:30am, then class discussion, then lunch. We are blessed to live together in the Fink House (seminary residence) and learn at the Church of All Nations building a few houses down.

Would you consider a tax-deductible donation to support our students and to advance the work and impact of our seminary? Would you help raise up a whole new generation of Christian leaders who are not interested in credentials but in ministering to the true needs of the people and transforming the world in Jesus’ spirit?

I can honestly say that there is something profound and beautiful going on here. Please partner with us in remaking the world in God’s beautiful image!


Jin S. Kim, Founder

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Student Testimonials

Our seminary is intellectually challenging, for sure, but I can’t imagine a truer form of discipleship than living together daily in Christian community, creating healthier relationships with God and neighbor. I am overjoyed to be part of a school where sanity, resilience and transformative learning are cherished over the external expectations of production.
Steven Forsythe, student
In these first three months, I’ve seen how vital it is to unpack Western dualism, and grapple with the isolating inwardness of American individualism, if I am to understand the Bible. What is my relationship to community and to God’s good earth? I see our work at Underground Seminary as essential to my spiritual growth as a follower of Jesus and as an advocate for humanity.
Jordan Wright, student
My education in the past has been about learning to think for myself. Now, at Underground Seminary, I’m learning to think for the sake of the community.
Isaac Sanborn