Columbia Theological Seminary

The relationship between Columbia Theological Seminary and Gardens for Peace can be traced to the very formation of the organization. Several of Columbia’s leaders have provided guidance to Gardens for Peace either in an outside advisory role or as a member of the Board of Directors. Over the years, these relationships have led to introductions to many of the seminary’s international students and guests.

This special garden was dedicated on March 30, 2000. Situated toward the rear of the campus, it offers a quiet retreat from busy campus life. A brick walkway leads students and visitors through a small grove of dogwood trees to a terraced area where three benches are secluded behind a wall of was myrtles Natural rocks were placed next to the terrace for the bronze plaque designating the site as a Garden for Peace.

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