Eastertide begins!

We’re back in full-time action here at the House. Courses for Easter term started up yesterday and will continue through mid-May. The student body is refreshed and joyful to be back together after a long holiday break. This semester offers a diverse array of courses. From the Anglican Choral Tradition to Theological Latin, Ascetical Theology to Pastoral Ministry, seminarians are plunging head first into books (and The Book, of course) and already formulating research paper topics.If this semester keeps us as busy as the last (which it most certainly will), it will seem like no time at all until the green grass and budding flowers of May!

One new Nashotah House feature is a “local” coffee brewing station by our classrooms in the cloister. Instead of making a rota of students play “Javatokos” each week, hauling jumbo urns of java across campus, we can now brew coffee right outside our classrooms. Excitement (and caffeination) abounds!


Juniors and one-year students were trained to “throw smoke” yesterday, a most enlightening and important time of thurifer education. What can we say? St. Mary’s is a smoke-friendly chapel. 

We ask your prayers this semester over our student body — for our encouragement and diligence, for our individual fundraising adventures, and most of all, that our work, prayer, and study would glorify our Almighty God!


About nashotahhouse

Located in Nashotah, Wisconsin, Nashotah House Theological Seminary is the oldest institute of higher education in the state of Wisconsin. Founded in 1842 by a Missionary Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Nashotah House belongs to the Anglican tradition of worship, theology and spirituality. That is, Nashotah House traces her roots to the Church of England and locates herself within the worldwide Anglican Communion. Comprehending the fundamental disciplines of Holy Scripture, Theology, Church History, Spirituality and Pastoral Ministry, the curriculum at Nashotah House not only roots our students in the ancient wisdom of the Church, it prepares and empowers them to communicate the Gospel to the world today.