In 1974 Fuller Seminary opened the Office of Presbyterian Ministries (OPM) under the direction of Dr. Jack Rogers. At that time, when Presbyterians at Fuller primarily belonged to the former United Presbyterian Church in the USA, the purpose of the office was twofold: to help Fuller students move through the ordination process, and to help presbyteries understand what Fuller Seminary offered students. Within the last few years several changes have broadened the initial scope of the office and those we serve. 

  • Fuller’s community has become much more diverse, now including—among others—Hispanic, Native American, African American, and Korean students, faculty, staff, and trustees.  
  • Fuller attracts individuals from the Presbyterian Church (USA), Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians, and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, as well as the Presbyterian Church of America.
  • Fuller alums are engaged in ministry in each of the Presbyterian churches. 

The Office of Presbyterian Ministries welcomes all Presbyterian students and alumni with the commitment to serve you well.