Columbia Theological Seminary (CTS) is where we were inspired to start the HSHC.  It is also where our organization was housed from fall 2014 – spring 2021 thanks to the generosity of the seminary!   As a result, we have had the unique opportunity to partner with CTS on a variety of different projects, events, and activities.  Some of our current activities are highlighted below.

Here’s What is Happening in the CTS Community:

Online Health and Wellness Consultations

We are available to help you discern, plan for, and live into the vision you have for maintaining your spiritual, physical, and emotional health in the vocation to which God has called you. While this is important at every stage, it can be particularly critical for seminarians.

Here’s what to expect:

  • Cost: first session is complimentary. Each additional session is $10.
  • Consultations usually last between 30 and 60 minutes.

For additional information, contact us.

Online Health & Wellness Assessment

Have you been thinking about ways to live a more abundant life?  Take the  HSHC health and wellness assessment and you’ll receive information to identify where your health and wholeness stand now and to help start creating goals for the future. Take the Assessment.

Online Small Groups

This is an opportunity to consider the concept of health (the well-being of individuals, communities, and creation) from biblical, theological, and practical perspectives as well as the chance to be in community with others who enjoy practicing healthy lifestyle choices and learning together!

For additional information, contact us.

Walking Routes @ CTS

Looking for ways to enjoy the outdoors around CTS and get some exercise?

Contact Us

Would you like to learn more about our activities around CTS or have some ideas that would contribute to the overall health of the seminary community? Contact us; we would love to hear from you!

Online Small Groups Opportunity, Health and Wellness Consultations, Walking Routes, and so much more at Columbia Theological Seminary.


“The small group program has been incredibly beneficial for me during this year of seminary. During our first meeting, it was clear that many of us were joining because we missed the human connection that we came to seminary expecting. But even if we were in person, the value of this small group is clear. We’ve been meeting and discussing self-care in an intentional and thought-provoking way. Seeing the connections between self-care and scripture has been helpful because often we don’t talk in the Church about self-care being a spiritual practice. The community and the lessons have helped me greatly in completing this year of school. I will absolutely use the connections and the lessons in my future call after I graduate, no matter where I end up!”

– Macy Ruple, Dual Degree 2021, Columbia Theological Seminary (Atlanta, GA)