President Gillett Named to In Trust Board of Directors

LTS President Charisse L. Gillett was recently elected to the board of directors of the In Trust Center for Theological Schools. The In Trust Center for Theological Schools is a membership organization that strengthens the governance and institutional capacity of theological schools, promotes their health, and facilitates their renewal through resource consulting, education, and publications. The new and re-elected members also include Marsha Foster Boyd, Kathryn Glover, David Jennings,... Read More

LTS Welcomes Furnish to Office of Institutional Advancement

Sarah Furnish Join us in welcoming Sarah Furnish, who joined the Seminary staff in the Office of Institutional Advancement in November. Prior to her appointment she served as corporate development specialist for Disabled American Veterans, in Cold Springs, Ky. Furnish previously served as corporate relations manager for the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas. She began her career with the Disabled American Veterans, serving as a gift planner and bequest... Read More

Flourishing in Ministry Webinar Jan. 10

How can ministers nurture a healthy well-being in ministry? If this question hits close to home for you, you'll want to join us Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1:30-3:30 p.m. EST for this insightful webinar led by Dr. Matt Bloom. Discover how to have a healthy, meaningful, and rewarding ministry. The Flourishing in Ministry Project, directed by Dr. Bloom, has studied over a thousand clergy and hundreds of clergy spouses in eight denominations to identify the characteristics and practices that promote... Read More

2016-17 Moosnick Lecture Series

The Moosnick Lecture Series for the 2016-17 academic year is Professor Reuven Firestone, Regenstein Professor in Medieval Judaism and Islam at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Firestone is one of the country’s leading authorities on the relationship of Judaism and Islam, and the author of numerous books; including Journeys in Holy Land; Jihad: the Origin of Holy War in Islam; Children of Abraham: An Introduction to Judaism for Muslims; An... Read More

Seminary accreditation affirmed for another 10 years

The Association of Theological Schools (ATS) has reaffirmed the accreditation of Lexington Theological Seminary for 10 years. In addition to the ongoing work of the Seminary, the LTS community has been engaged in the ATS self-study process in anticipation of a comprehensive site visit, which took place in March 2016. The transformation of the Seminary's educational model, finances, student body and facilities to meet the needs of our stakeholders is remarkable. Indeed, this successful... Read More

Bulletin Fall 2016

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Practical Ministry: Ministry sites connect students, congregations and theological education

Sara Nave Fisher greets her husband, a military chaplain, with their children. Fisher is an M.Div. student working in a congregation in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. When Sara Nave Fisher gathers at the chancel with the children of First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Hopkinsville, Ky., or when she explains a Bible story to a Sunday School class, sits down to a Sunday evening meal with youth, prays with a worried parent, or the hundreds of other ways she carries out her work as Family... Read More

Creating Vital Congregations: 2016-17 Webinar Series Begins

From bridging the generation gap to making churches a safe place for all, the Lexington Theological Seminary 2016-17 Creating Vital Congregations Webinar Series will help equip pastors, church leaders and members alike to address a wide variety of issues facing congregations today. The webinars are offered on-site at the campus (230 Lexington Green Circle, Suite 300) or online, 1:30-3:30 p.m. on the dates listed below. The cost to register is $10 per log-in, with an unlimited number of... Read More

Remembering Dr. Barr

We extend our sincerest sympathies to the family and friends of Rev. Dr. William Barr, who passed away last Friday morning following a devastating stroke. Dr. Barr served Lexington Theological Seminary as Professor of Theology. Bill Barr is responsible for raising up hundreds of pastors as preachers, teachers and interpreters of faith and scripture. Instructing, encouraging, challenging and blessing those who would serve God in the church was the ministry of this kind soul. Many lives were... Read More

Footsteps of Paul in Greece and Italy

Join Dr. Jerry Sumney on this amazing journey tracing the footsteps of Paul in Greece and Italy! Dates of Travel: January 25-February 8, 2017 Cost (based on double occupancy, single supplement $575.00 per person): $4,800 Package Pricing Inclusions: Based on a minimum of 20 passengers Round-trip airport /hotel transfers Seven nights' accommodation in Greece Six nights' accommodation in Rome Hotel Room Taxes and Service Charges... Read More