Neuhoff Study Tours

Neuhoff Study Tours

Learn, discover and grow with the Neuhoff School of Ministry faculty on an intellectual pilgrimage of a lifetime! 

Our study tours are curriculum-based and designed to complement and deepen the richness of the Neuhoff School of Ministry classroom learning. Our tours also invite participants to experience the rich history, art, archeology and architecture of the Eternal City and the Holy Land.

Select a program below for more information:

Holy Land Study Tour

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Rome Study Tour

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 Have Questions? Contact Us!

Tour Contact Phone Number Email
Holy Land Study Tour Mary Caramillo 214-228-8919 mcamarillo@exploreyourfaith.org
Rome Study Tour Sheri Collier 972-265-5814 ministry@udallas.edu

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