The Society for Women in Scholarship (SWS) is a student-led group of female seminarians dedicated to academic excellence and scholarly discussion.
The SWS serves to cultivate theological dialogue, academic excellence, and professional development among masters and doctoral students. The Society is open to women of all degree programs.
Among the main goals of SWS is mentoring and creating community among Southwestern women, between female doctoral and master’s students, and between scholars and seminary women. Activities include student paper presentations, discussion of relevant theological questions, and topics in professional development.
Master of Divinity student Mojade Adejokun chairs the eight-member SWS leadership team, and Katie McCoy, assistant professor of theology in women’s studies, is the sponsoring professor.
For more information, contact SWS@swbts.edu.
Providing opportunities for every Indian student to fellowship with one another, and representing the Indian students’ community to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
PurposeThe purpose of Indian Students’ Fellowship is to provide opportunity for every Indian student to fellowship with one another, and to represent Indian students’ community to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Schedule of eventsWe normally have two fellowship/gatherings at the beginning and end of each semester. All Indian students and families are invited. We also have Young Adults outings/picnic/fellowship once a semester. We are planning to take families out to parks for recreation and fellowship once in a semester. We are in the process of introducing separate bible study for men and women. No specific dates are scheduled. All events are based on convenience of the members.
Existed SinceFall 2012
Seeking to bond the Chinese student body at Southwestern in the love of Christ as they strive to serve His Kingdom
Providing worship and fellowship opportunities for single Korean students, on campus and in the community.
PresidentWoong Koo “David” Jeon (email@example.com)
PurposeWe exist to reach the unity and holiness of Korean Student through worship and fellowship and to be involved in student life, on campus and in the community.
Schedule of eventsWe have a regular monthly worship or workshop.
Helping Korean students thriving in their life and ministries.
PresidentJaekang “Jack” Im (Jaekang.Im@email.swbts.edu)
PurposeKorean Student Fellowship exists to be a media in Korean Community. Our interest is to see Korean students thriving in their life and ministries.
Schedule of eventsDec. 16, We will have ‘Pastor Wives Prayer Day’ at Birchman Baptist Church. (Called “SaMoHam” in Korean)Dec. 19 or 26, KSF will have semester closing worship.
Exalting God, encouraging one another, and to equipping one another theologically, socially, and spiritually.
Faculty SponsorDean SieberhagenAssistant Professor of Missions and Islamic Studies
PurposeSouthwestern African Student Fellowship exist to exalt God, encourage one another, and to equip one another theologically, socially, and spiritually.
Fostering and encouraging a spirit of Christian unity and fellowship among the diverse students, staff and faculty of the School of Church Music and Worship.
Zimrah seeks to foster and encourage a spirit of Christian unity and fellowship among the diverse students, staff and faculty of the School of Church Music and Worship.
Providing fellowship for those who enjoy the outdoors and encouragement in discipleship among Southwestern students.
Southwestern Sportsmen is a student group for men only that provides fellowship for those who enjoy the outdoors and encouragement in discipleship among Southwestern students.
If you are a male who enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, or the outdoors in general, then this is the club for you!
Preparing student wives to be partners in ministry with their husbands, and providing spiritual growth and fellowship opportunities.
“For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus.”– Philippians 1:6
Terri StovallDean of Women’s Programs
In the fall of 1939 at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a group of student wives felt the need for an organization for wives on campus. For more than 70 years, Southwestern has invested in student wives through this organization.
Metochai, evolving from the Greek word meaning partners, seeks to prepare student wives to be partners in ministry with their husbands. Metochai also provides spiritual growth and fellowship opportunities.
Ministry to Seminary Family
Fostering scholarship in the field of biblical studies by providing an environment for dialogue and debate among students.
PurposeThe Southwestern Society of Biblical Studies exists to foster scholarship in the field of biblical studies by providing an environment for dialogue and debate among students.
April 6, 2015
Connecting church planters in North America for resources and mutual support.
Faculty SponsorSteve LeeProfessor of Baptist Church Planting
Equipping and encouraging students and student wives to strengthen their witness by effectively giving a defense for the faith.
Faculty SponsorsTravis DickinsonAssociate Professor of Philosophy and Christian Apologetics
PurposeTo equip and encourage students and student wives to strengthen their witness by effectively giving a defense for the faith, in accordance with 1 Peter 3:15.