Members of the Seminary community have been deeply involved in movements for environmental responsibility, racial equality, fair housing and social justice. Others have contributed to national and international discussions on such matters as peace and the welfare of children. These concerns, along with issues of cross-cultural diversity and ecumenical leadership are regularly addressed in course work and special projects.
Faculty – The Seminary’s faculty consists of regularly appointed positions (core faculty) augmented by a number of adjunct professors, pastors and mentors. They are scholars in their fields, performing research and publishing books and articles on a regular basis. The Seminary recruits faculty with a wide range of geographic, racial/ethnic and cultural gifts so that our students will be more than congregational managers. Our faculty is committed to develop ministers who have the vision and skills to empower people to live into a beloved community.
Staff – Every member of the Lexington Theological Seminary’s staff is dedicated to supporting our students in their academic journey. The Seminary is proud of its community of highly trained professionals and they look forwarded to helping you with questions and solutions every step of the way, from inquiry through graduation.