Seminary in action

Looking back at 2012: Our students talk about the impact LTS is making in their... Read More

The Bulletin, Fall 2012, Vol. 48, No. 3

In this issue: A Call and an Answer Working Together LTS Family Rises to the Challenge A Living Legacy Newsbriefs Alumni/ae Notes Appreciation Gifts You may now flip through the pages of the Bulletin online... Read More

Seminary Saturdays

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Role of Theological Schools in Sustaining Ministry

Lexington, Ky., Sept. 27, 2012 – Seminaries can play an important role in ministry and sustaining ministers long after graduation. A conference of the Council on Theological Schools (CTS) focused on the role of such schools in the identification, recruitment and nurture of students to help ensure successful ministry for the long term.  Lexington Theological Seminary President Dr. Charisse L. Gillett and the Rev. Richard Spleth, Regional Minister of the Christian Church in Indiana,... Read More

Lay School of Theology focuses on Paul

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Beth Goins  (502) 316-4575, Lexington, Ky., Sept. 5, 2012 – Paul was a controversial person in his day, and he remains one in ours – though for opposite reasons. Then, he was the progressive; today he is often viewed as a hard-nosed chauvinist. The fall Lay School of Theology at Lexington Theological Seminary will take a fresh look at Paul’s career and how better to understand his writings. The Lay School of Theology is a... Read More

The (in)Famous Apostle Paul – Fall 2012 Lay School of Theology

When: Oct. 13, 20 and 27 and Nov. 3 8:30 a.m.: Continental Breakfast 9 a.m.: Class Location: Lexington Theological Seminary 631 S. Limestone Street, across from the University of Kentucky College of Law Registration Fee: $60 Registration Deadline: $60, due Oct. 6 Contact Information: Bill Turner, (859) 280-1253 Paul was a controversial person in his day, and he remains one in ours – though for opposite reasons. Then, he was the progressive; today he is... Read More

Seminary family rises to the challenge

Lexington, Ky., Aug. 20, 2012 – The Lexington Theological Seminary community rose to the challenge, surpassing a $50,000 matching gift offer. A group of stewards and trustees said they would match qualifying gifts, up to $50,000, received by July 31, the end of the Seminary’s fiscal year. President Charisse L. Gillett announced today that members of the Seminary community contributed $69,284 to the Mission and Ministry Matching Gift Challenge. Combined with the matching offer, the total... Read More

Homecoming Online Reservation – June 2012

Friday - June 22, 2012 The fee covers Lunch and Dinner 1 Individual$25.00 USD 2 Individuals$50.00 USD 3 Individuals$75.00 USD 4 Individuals$100.00 USD 5 Individuals$125.00 USD Name of Attendee(s) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Saturday - June 23, 2012 Options for Saturday Lunch @ Cane Ridge - 1 Ind.$10.00 USD Lunch @ Cane Ridge and Dinner for Dr. Wray's... Read More

Lexington Theological Seminary names new Nunnelly Professor

Lexington, Ky. (May 16, 2012) – The Rev. Dr. Barbara Blodgett joins the faculty of Lexington Theological Seminary as the new Donald and Lilllian Nunnelly Assistant Professor in Pastoral Leadership. “I am looking forward to joining the Lexington Theological Seminary community at this time in its history so full of promise,” Dr. Blodgett said. A Ph.D. graduate of Yale University, Department of Religious Studies, Ethics Program, Dr. Blodgett was most recently a lecturer in the SAGES... Read More

LTS celebrates 146th Commencement

LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 11, 2012) – Recognized as a trailblazer in modern theological education, Lexington Theological Seminary paid tribute to its traditional roots today in the observance of the school’s 146th graduation service. A piper, as he has many times before, led the procession across the seminary lawn to the mellow tones of a bagpipe. Hymns were sung, prayers were offered. Words of thanks were given for those who have contributed to the life of the seminary and the well-being of... Read More