Bangor Theological Seminary

Located in Bangor, Maine, and Portland, Maine, Bangor Theological Seminary is an ecumenical seminary, founded in 1814, in the Congregational tradition of the United Church of Christ. It is the only accredited graduate school of religion in Northern New England

The seminary has campuses in Bangor and Portland, Maine. Its primary mission is preparation for Christian ministry(now general theological education). Graduate programs include the Master of Divinity (no longer), Master of Arts(no longer) and Doctor of Ministry degrees. The school is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada, New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and Maine Board of Education. Bangor Theological Seminary is an official Open and affirming seminary.

The school will close in May 2013.

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