Partners in Education
LTS has established relationships with these other organizations intended to enhance the educational experience of LTS students.
Theological Education Association of Mid-America (TEAM-A)
This association of graduate theological schools is composed of Asbury Theological Seminary, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Saint Meinrad School of Theology, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Lexington Theological Seminary.
There are nearly 200 members of TEAM-A’s combined faculties, representing expertise in many different disciplines. Students are allowed to enroll in a course at a TEAM-A seminary, sharing in another school’s tradition.
Appalachian Ministries Educational Resource Center (AMERC)
This consortium of 40 seminaries provides academic study for the preparation of church leaders who wish to serve in the Appalachian region. These courses are available during JTerm and Summer term.
Hispanic Summer Program (HSP)
This program provides Hispanic theological students and others with an opportunity to study in a Hispanic setting with Latino/a peers and professors. The HSP, designed primarily for students of theological seminaries and universities’ departments of religion, also includes a number of pastors pursuing continuing education. The HSP brings together approximately one hundred participants from the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico, and from a wide variety of denominations.
See HSP link above for current program information and application.
Roman Catholic Diocese of Lexington
The Seminary offers a Master of Arts program geared to the needs of Catholic students and planned in consultation with the Office of Catholic Education of the Catholic Diocese of Lexington. The Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies prepares Roman Catholics for lay ministry at a diocesan or parish level.
Presbyterian Church USA)
Lexington Theological Seminary has a strong working relationship with the Committee on the Preparation for Ministry of the Transylvania Presbytery. Courses on Presbyterian theology, worship, and polity history are offered on a regular basis.