On August 28, 2020, Baltic Methodist Theological Seminary celebrated the graduation of the class 2020.

At the ceremony, 14 students from different countries and congregations received a diploma of applied higher education in the Mission and Theology curriculum. Three students graduated cum laude diploma, and three students received special awards.

With or without Corona – we will prepare you to serve God!

Join us this autumn as we grow deeper in our relationship with God, in our knowledge of His Word and in our ability to bring Jesus to our world.

The new school year starts for II and III year students on 25 August.
I year students begin 2 September.

The BMTS offers teaching that is biblically faithful and academically strong. We will widen your world view through interaction with Christians from different denominations and different countries. Our Theology and Missions curriculum offers a bachelor’s degree and the knowledge and skills to transform our society to become more like Christ.

We are excited that Allan Kroll will begin teaching this semester, making our strong teaching staff even stronger! We anticipate some exciting new courses that will focus on how we bring the Gospel to modern Estonians. We look forward to a great year together!

Of course, the current situation requires that we follow common sense precautions to protect the health of those around us. Our professional IT support team did a wonderful job in spring and are ready to help as needed. With or without Corona we are here to prepare you to take the next step in your walk with God.

We believe that God is preparing something amazing for you and for all of us. There is nothing more exciting than the future He has planned! Join us for a new school year as we discover it together.

BMTS is happy to announce that our alumnus Allan Kroll will begin teaching for us this autumn!

Allan graduated from our Seminary in 2006, having written his Diploma Paper on the Effata Revival and defended his Master’s thesis at UI in 2020 on the topic, “Spiritual Gifts and Spiritual Manifestations from the Apostolic Fathers until Augustine.” (VAIMUANDED JA VAIMUILMINGUD APOSTLIKEST ISADEST AUGUSTINUSENI.)

Allan is a pastor at Valguse Tee congregation, a prison chaplain and a well known preacher on radio and in congregations across Estonia. Allan also leads the Valguse Tee Bible school program which had 223 participants from 63 congregations and 7 different denominations in their 2019/2020 group.

We are honoured and excited to welcome Allan back to the Seminary!

If you want to study deeper with Allan and the rest of our faculty, you can find a Seminary application here.

In order to minimize the likelihood of contracting the virus for workers, students and guests on Seminary premises, as well as to ensure a safe working and educational environment, please observe the following rules:

Life before and after the virus is worth describing. As recently as on March 8 we had Dr. Phil Meadows preaching in Tallinn Methodist Church. He preached on John 20:19-22. After the death of Jesus, when the disciples were sitting behind the locked doors, fearful of what could happen if they proclaimed the Gospel in the name of Jesus, Jesus himself came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you!”

Seminary study sessions are taking place through a combination of online and independent study. Students have the possibility to complete this semester’s courses before summer on a modified and flexible schedule.

On March 5-8, 2020 the third MTSE student conference on the topic of Church Planting and Discipleship was held at Baltic Methodist Theological Seminary.

MTSE was created 21 years ago as a Methodist educational network. It currently includes 15 seminaries. MTSE helps leaders of schools to collaborate in training, student exchange and simply make friends. Since 2017 MTSE has periodically held student conferences.

“Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests!". Lk. 2:14

Have a joyful and blessed Christmas and Happy New Year!



Dr. Ken Collins is coming to teach Wesleyan Theology at the BMTS for the last time.

Since 1998 he has come almost every year and we want you to join us in thanking him for his commitment. We welcome you to join us October 17th from 6-7pm for a humble celebration of Dr. Collins' amazing contribution to the development of our students and our church.

Please register on Facebook:
Or send an email to seminar®emkts.ee

Seminary dean, Mark Nelson spent an hour with Radio Patmos in Finland talking about the Seminary and encouraging Finnish Christians to consider coming to the Seminary to study to prepare for ministry.