Graduate Level Seminary

A Seminary Designed For You

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Who We Are

About Us

Founded in 2000, City Seminary of Sacramento is a school of theology at the graduate level committed to providing a sound, biblical education to those called to the preaching ministry. Our online degree programs make a complete seminary education available to every qualified student called by Jesus Christ to minister to His church. The seminary offers programs leading to the degrees of Associate of Theological Studies, Master of Theological Studies (2-year); Bachelor of Divinity and Master of Divinity (4-year); and, Certificates in Apologetics, Church History, New Testament, Old Testament, Systematic Theology, Greek, Hebrew and Pastoral Theology.

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Is God calling you to the gospel ministry?

Do you believe that God is calling you the Gospel ministry? How do you know? Do you have questions? Download our free eBook “Is God Calling You to the Ministry?” 

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City Seminary of Sacramento is a school of theology at the graduate level which is committed to providing a classical theological education to students in the Sacramento region. We provide a place where men are trained for the gospel ministry without them having to relocate to another area. Seminary education should be accessible to those who are called by Jesus Christ to minister to his church.


What our students say

City Seminary was designed for someone just like me. With classes at night and Saturdays, the instruction fit into my busy schedule. I could stay in Sacramento, stay at my home church, and keep my job.
Chester Au
"Professors there are well qualified and seasoned pastors understanding the challenges of the pastorate, but yet remained humble."
Matt Davis
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Current Courses

Winter 2022 Trimester

OT 201/601 — Old Testament Survey I

A study of the Old Testament books (Genesis through the Song of Solomon), considering authorship, date, occasion, theme, purpose and outline. 

ST151/551 — Biblical Ethics

The development of a Christian world-and-life view. Examination of the Scriptural basis for ethics, including the role of the Ten Commandments in the construction and application of ethics to the modern world. Church-state issues will also be considered. 

OT131 — Advanced Hebrew Grammar

Study of the basic principles of exegesis through the translation of selected Old Testament passages. 


Mark the Date

Winter Trimester

  • January 1 – Registration Deadline
  • January 9 – Trimester Begins
  • February 20 – Midterms (*Presidents Day on Monday)
  • April 10 – Final Week of Classes

“And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.”

II Timothy 2:2

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