- Constructions of the Histories of Early Christianity (Cilliers Breytenbach and Clare Rothschild). Terminates in 2020.
- The Greek of the New Testament (Paul Danove, Jesús Peláez and James Voelz). Terminates in 2019.
- Inhalte und Probleme einer neutestamentlichen Theologie (Christof Landmesser and Mark Seifrid). Terminates in 2019.
- The Johannine Writings (Jörg Frey, Christina Hoegen-Rohls and Catrin Williams). Terminates in 2020.
- The Development of Early Christian Ethics within its Jewish and Greco-Roman Contexts (Matthias Konradt and William Loader). Terminates in 2020.
- The Mission and Expansion of Earliest Christianity (Eugene Eung-Chun Park, Paul Trebilco and Gosnell Yorke). Terminates in 2021.
- Hebrews (Christian Eberhart and Wolfgang Kraus). Terminates in 2020.
- Social History and the New Testament (Hermut Löhr, Markus Öhler and Anders Runesson). Terminates in 2022.
- The Phenomenon of Pseudepigraphy (Christine Gerber and Adela Yarbro Collins). Terminates in 2021.
- Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles: Reassessment and Roads Forward (Jens Schröter, Janet Spittler and Simon Butticaz). Terminates in 2023.
- Papyrology, Epigraphy and the New Testament (Peter Arzt-Grabner and James Harrison). Terminates in 2023.
- Reading Paul’s Letters in Context: Theological and Social-Scientific Approaches (William Campbell and Judith Gundry). Terminates in 2021.
- New Testament Textual Criticism (Claire Clivaz, Hugh Houghton and Tommy Wasserman). Terminates in 2023.
- Memory, Narrative, and Christology in the Synoptic Gospels (Samuel Byrskog, David du Toit and Stephen Hultgren). Terminates in 2021.
- Philo and Early Christianity (Per Jarle Bekken and Greg Sterling). Terminates in 2022.
- Acta Politica: The Book of Acts and the Political Culture of the Roman Empire (Knut Backhaus, Carl Holladay and Daniel Marguerat). Terminates in 2021.
- Resurrection: New Methods and Approaches (Shelly Matthews and Daniel Smith). Terminates in 2020.
- Reading Galatians in New Perspectives. Methods and Approaches (Martin Meiser, Dieter Sänger and Korinna Zamfir). Terminates in 2021.
The Society offers up to a maximum of 18 seminars at any one time. Seminars normally meet for a minimum of three and a maximum of five years. At General Meetings there are usually three seminar sessions, each lasting for about 90 minutes.
Any member wishing to organise a new seminar must submit a proposal to the Secretary by 1 July.
Seminar Guidelines are available at SNTS Seminar Guidelines.