Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University has entered into a partnership with the Anglican Diocese of the Trinity (ADOTT). The partnership will give ADOTT students a $150 per credit hour discount and continue the mutually beneficial relationship between Wesley Seminary and ADOTT.

ADOTT and Wesley Seminary have common objectives and interests and plan to work together to exchange ideas and create educational agreements that will further God’s kingdom in the United States and globally. The seminary also plans to collaborate with ADOTT faculty members who will contribute and invest in the Seminary’s curriculum.

“I am excited about the opportunity Wesley Seminary has to impact a new generation of ministers among the Nigerian and African communities in particular and other nationalities in general,” said Dr. Abson Joseph, Wesley Seminary dean. “I am certain these students will leave their imprint on the life and fabric of Wesley Seminary.”

Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University is an evangelical Christian theological seminary that was founded by The Wesleyan Church in 2009. The seminary focuses on providing theological education that can be applied directly to the students’ current context and ministry.

ADOTT is a non-geographical cluster of churches and congregations in North America and a member of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). It is the first missionary diocese of the Convocation of Anglicans in North America launched by the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) in the United States and Canada. The diocese works as an evangelical church planting movement.

For more information, contact Wesley Seminary.