Lexington Theological Seminary alumna joins recruitment team

Kimberley Proctor-WhiteLexington, Ky., Aug. 20, 2015 – Lexington Theological Seminary welcomes the Rev. Kimberley Proctor-White to the recruitment team as Admissions Associate. Proctor-White, a 2011 Master of Divinity graduate of the Seminary, is a native of Bowling Green, Ky. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Lindsey Wilson College and is currently working on a Master of Arts degree in mental health counseling at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Proctor-White joins the Rev. Erin Cash, Director, in the Seminary’s ongoing work to connect people called to ministry with the theological formation and ministry preparation available at Lexington Theological Seminary.

“Rev. Proctor-White brings her energy, creativity, and dedication to the Church to her work. As a fairly recent graduate of the Seminary, she can identify with the needs of students who seek to serve the church in today’s landscape. With the leadership of Rev. Cash, we know that students will be well-served on their ministry journey,” said LTS President Charisse L. Gillett.

Proctor-White was ordained in 2011 at East Second Street Christian Church of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and in 2014 by Temple Church Inc. of Nashville, Tenn. In 2009, she was inducted as a charter member into the Academy of Preachers. Her sermon ‘Alabaster Box’ was published in “A Beautiful Thing: Sermons from the Inaugural Festival of Young Preachers” by Lee Huckleberry (Chalice Press: 2010).

Proctor-White and her husband, Java, are the proud parents of 1-yr. old twins and love serving in ministry together.


Lexington Theological Seminary is an accredited graduate theological institution of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).  Consistent with the Disciples’ historic commitment to Christian unity, the Seminary is intentionally ecumenical with students, faculty, staff and trustees of various denominations. The Seminary has been preparing leaders for the church since 1865. For more information, visit www.lextheo.edu.