Community: it is such a treasured part of the MTS experience. Lunches with classmates in the kitchen or at Carl’s. Rousing games at 4 o’clock club on Friday. Camaraderie over capstones and credos. Late night discussions in the student lounge. And of course, a lot of coffee.

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Alumni in action

Rev. John Griffith, ’69 MDiv, credits his MTS education for helping him learn that life is more about the journey than the destination. John has engaged in 30 years of active pastoral ministry in the Moravian Church and the United Church of Canada, the founding of a nonprofit personal and spiritual center, and 16 years of teaching and providing spiritual direction. John now has a blog,, in which he invites us to the journey and to dialogue together about change in light of the gospel.