Synergos at Phoenix Seminary recognizes those who have labored with us to raise up faithful pastors to share the Gospel in the Southwest and around the world. Synergos comes from the Greek word which means “fellow laborer.” Paul used the word often to refer to those who helped him take the Gospel throughout the ancient world, and your new Testament is full of these names, which are often skipped over. Names like Epaphroditus, Junia, Phoebe, and others. Had it not been for these faithful fellow laborers, Paul simply could not have accomplished the mission Christ set for him. And yet, we do not know much about them. But God does. It is a powerful reminder that to fulfill the Great Commission, it takes the entire body of Christ. For every Paul, there are countless people behind him supporting his ministry.
Synergos is inspired by the fellow laborers of the early church—both those who are known to us through Scripture, and those whose contributions are known only to God—while challenging those in our time to carry on their tradition of co-laboring for the Gospel.
News and updates from the desk of the President; invitations to VIP events and campus chapel services; lapel pin and private campus tours (upon request).
All of the benefits above; plus invitations to a quarterly Zoom call with the Seminary’s leadership; invitations to exclusive Backyard Events; access to specially-curated Seminary-branded merchandise.
All of the benefits above, plus the option to audit Seminary courses for free, and have one personally-scheduled meeting per year with the Seminary’s president.
All of the benefits above, plus personalized, signed copies of books by Seminary Faculty upon publication, a special invitation to attend the President’s Gathering—a retreat with the Seminary’s leadership and other financial partners.
All of the benefits above, plus an annual private dinner with the Seminary’s Board and Leadership.
Same benefits as the Patron Level.