Two "Journey Toward Ordained Ministry" Perkins Grads Featured in GBHEM News


Of six seminary graduates participating in a scholarship and mentoring program for racial-ethnic students who plan to be ordained as deacons or elders in The United Methodist Church, two – Analisa Trejo Barrington and Paul Trejo – are from Perkins.

Read the full story on the website of The United Methodist Church's General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM): http://www.gbhem.org/article/mentoring-scholarship-program-has-six-graduates-year#.UcsvOTtea84

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 Six seminary students involved in a scholarship and mentoring program for racial-ethnic students who plan to be ordained as deacons or elders in The United Methodist Church graduated this year. Shown, from left, front: Analisa Trejo Barrington, JiHun Yoo, and Paul Trejo. From left, back, John M. Wang, Tabitha Mock-Scott, and Tariq Cummings. Photo courtesy of GBHEM.