St. Louis Extension Center

Midwestern Seminary in St. Louis

Midwestern Seminary is thrilled to announce our new extension center. For years, Midwestern Seminary leaders have thought strategically and missionally about how to train leaders in and around the St. Louis metro area. Now partnering with The Journey and their Three Fourteen Institute, Midwestern Seminary has both the location and the local leadership to make this training happen. Join professors from Midwestern next semester and start preparing for gospel ministry.

Three Fourteen Institute

The Three Fourteen Institute is a two-year residency program that trains leaders to multiply Christ-centered disciples and churches. Residents in the program discern their calling and gifts through coursework, church, and cohorts. This means that every resident works towards a Master of Theological Studies degree at Midwestern Seminary while serving in front-line ministry alongside other residents and pastoral mentors. At the end of the program, residents graduate from Midwestern Seminary and are then sent by The Journey to other churches and ministries throughout St. Louis and the world.

Learn More about Three Fourteen Institute

St. Louis Extension Classes

Each semester, local classes will be taught at Midwestern Seminary’s St. Louis extension for  students in the area. (You do not have to be a member of the Three Fourteen Institute to take these classes, though many of the students in the classroom will be Three Fourteen residents.) If you are a current pastor, future minister, or lay leader in the St. Louis area, you can start your education next semester.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: If I am not already a student at Midwestern, how do I sign up for these classes?

A: Apply to become a student at and select “St. Louis” as your campus. It only takes 15-20 minutes to fill out the application, and our incredible admissions counselors will help you with the rest.

Q: If I am already a student at Midwestern, how do I sign up for these classes?

A: Current students may register in their student portal or by emailing the enrollment form to our Registrar’s office.  The enrollment form can be found here: Catalog and Forms  (Email:

Q: I am part of the Midwestern Training Network. Can this help me?

A: Yes. The classes taught in St. Louis fulfill requirements for the Midwestern Training Network program.

Q: Are the St. Louis classes fully accredited?

A: Yes, these are fully accredited, master’s level classes.

Q: Do I need a college degree to take these classes?

A: Yes. We are offering graduate level classes in St. Louis. If you are interested in undergraduate class options, please visit

Q: Do I have to be a member at The Journey or participating in the Three Fourteen Institute to take classes in St. Louis?

A: No. All admitted students at Midwestern Seminary are eligible to take classes at our St. Louis extension center.

Q: Where can I find out more information about the Three Fourteen Institute?

A: Visit the website at

Q: If I am applying to the Three Fourteen Institute, do I need to apply to Midwestern Seminary?

A: Yes. All residents at the Three Fourteen Institute must first be admitted students at Midwestern Seminary. Begin your application today at

Q: When are the classes?

A: Class times will vary from semester to semester. Most classes will last 8 weeks, one day a week, for 3-4 hours at a time.

Q: Who is teaching the classes at the St. Louis extension center?

A: The classes will be taught by Midwestern Seminary professors.

Q: Where will classes take place?

A: Classes will be held at The Journey Church, 2833 S. Kingshighway Blvd., St. Louis, Mo 63139.

Q: Can I complete one of Midwestern’s counseling programs at the St. Louis extension?

A: No, the St. Louis extension does not hold counseling courses. The counseling courses at Midwestern Seminary must be completed either in Kansas City or online.