Seminary Wives Fellowship

SWIFT, an acronym for Seminary Wives in Fellowship and Training, exists primarily to assist seminary wives while in a unique chapter of life called “seminary”. Finding support and encouragement from others who are in transition is a vital role that SWIFT plays. While in seminary, a wife will have new experiences that can be exciting, scary, adventurous and confusing. SWIFT is a fellowship of like-minded women who are on a similar journey who can provide prayer support, wisdom and care as one navigates the unknowns of life in ministry and seminary.

SWIFT provides 2 opportunities a month to connect with others in the Seminary. One of the opportunities is a “girl’s night out” where wives share and pray together. The second opportunity is a fellowship night where all seminary students and their wives are invited to enjoy time together over a meal and make memories through engaging in an activity together. Both of these monthly events provide free childcare.

We desire to be a spiritually supportive community, pointing each other to Christ and learning how to do life together as a body of believers. We know that seminary can be a rich time of growth and challenge that will forever shape the lives of those who engage not only the content but the community of seminary life. If you are seeking to find out more about SWIFT, contact Tonya Cardin cardintr@grace.edu in the Seminary office.