Seminar FAQs

Who should attend?
Anyone interested in intercultural missions and world Christianity.

Why should I attend? 
Whether you are a seasoned theologian, a future missionary, or just someone who wants to explore the Christian world mission, OMSC offers you an opportunity you won’t want to miss! OMSC seminars provide opportunities to interact with Christians from around the world and world-class instructors.

What is the cost?
A $75 donation per seminar is recommended for nonresident participants.

Where are the seminars held?
In Great Commission Hall at OMSC, 490 Prospect Street, New Haven, Connecticut, USA. Limited free off-street parking is available to seminar participants. For directions and an interactive street map, go to Directions.

Where will I stay during the seminar?
A limited number of guest rooms are available on site on a first come, first served basis. Please indicate your need for accommodation when registering for the seminar. OMSC may also suggest a reduced rate at a nearby hotel if guest rooms are unavailable.

What should I bring?
A laptop (free wi-fi is available) or a notebook and pen. You may also bring lunch or eat at nearby Albertus Magnus College. Numerous restaurants are available in downtown New Haven. Coffee breaks will be provided.

How do I register?
Click on any seminar title to see a summary of the seminar and a “Register” button. If you have further questions, contact the study program registrar at study@omsc.org.

Will I receive a certificate?
All participants will receive a certificate of participation. We also offer a certificate in mission studies to those who participate in 100 or more combined seminar hours.