Church of All Nations was founded in 2004 in Minneapolis by the leaders and members of the English Ministry of a Korean-American church. Dissatisfied with what they perceived to be a narrow, ethnocentric gospel, Church of All Nations (CAN) sought to become a church that would be for all nations (Isaiah 56:7). Ten years later, in 2014, three leaders of CAN launched Underground Seminary as a radical alternative to mainstream theological seminaries. From its inception, the seminary has been the recipient of generous support and advocacy from the congregation. In return, Underground Seminary functions as a cutting edge theological think-tank and training ground for the next generation of leaders. Students may participate in the communal life of the congregation as part of the immersive seminary experience.