The Structure of the Course

The course generally begins on the last Sunday in September. The first two years comprise a basic foundation in the first year and a more intensive deepening in the second year. These two years are then followed by a practical year in a congregation.
During the two-year training at the Seminary most students live together under the same roof. The services, the meals and the teaching of courses all take place within this communal setting. The life in community fosters in particular the quality of social empathy and the taking on of social responsibility. The structure of the daily timetable has a beneficial, nurturing character, which however each individual needs to complement in a way that is right for him or her personally.

The First Year (Foundation Year)

Second Year (Consolidation Year)

The Third Year (Practical Year in a Congregation)

Preparation for Ordination

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