How Do You Heart LTS?

We’ve officially declared February 2016 the second annual I Heart LTS month – how quickly something can become a tradition! I Heart LTS is a social media driven campaign designed to spread the LTS love – and raise contributions to the Ministerial Education Fund. Last year, alumni and friends from across the nation participated, and it was quite a sight to see profile pictures, posts, tweets and photos of from folks declaring their love of and support for the Seminary. We’re ready to... Read More

What Will Your Legacy Be?

My grandmother, most every time I saw her, smelled of two things: the dirt from her plants or garden, and the flour from whatever she was making in the kitchen. Grandma was always tending something — a begonia, an angel food cake whipped up from scratch for company, whatever sewing project she was presently involved in – always, she was tending. Fixing. Making. Creating. One of the things she made like no one else was fried chicken. It was a simple recipe: chicken soaked in salt water... Read More

LTS Invites Alumni to Audit Classes With No Application Fee

Lexington Theological Seminary is introducing a new way for alumni to connect with ongoing, relevant ministry resources by waiving the application fee for alumni who wish to audit courses. An upcoming class may be a timely opportunity for alumni to enroll; this February, Dr. Christy Newton, adjunct professor of social ethics, will lead the course, "Black Lives Matter: Issues of Race and Ethics for Church Leaders." Alumni will only pay the $60 per credit hour tuition for... Read More

LTS Remembers Dr. Watkins

We celebrate the life of Dr. Harold R. "Hal" Watkins, former director of field education at Lexington Theological Seminary in the 1996-97 and 1998-99 academic years and interim president of LTS for the 2001-02 academic year. Services for Dr. Watkins will take place at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 16, at Geist Christian Church, 8550 Mud Creek Road, Indianapolis. Visitation will be at the church from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15. Messages of care may be sent to his wife, Evelyn, and adult... Read More

Bulletin Winter 2015/16 — The President’s Report

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Celebrating the Season

Join us Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2-4 p.m. as we come together in our fifth floor space for an Advent service, followed by fellowship in celebration of the season. All area Disciples of Christ pastors and LTS students, alumni and friends are welcome to join us. Please RSVP to Kathy Rountree at... Read More

2016 D.Min. Cohort Applications Accepted

Applications for the 2016 Doctor of Ministry cohort at Lexington Theological Seminary are being accepted through Nov. 26. The Doctor of Ministry program, a graduate professional degree, is designed to enhance pastors’ capacity to critically interpret and engage contemporary cultures as a means to give fresh expression to the gospel and to transform congregations for effective ministry in the twenty-first century.  Designed on a cohort-based model, the degree provides significant learning... Read More

Moosnick Lecture Series Continues This Week

The Franklin B. Moosnick Lectureship in Judaic Studies continues this week with two opportunities to hear from Lawrence H. Schiffman, Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies and Director of the Global Institute for Advanced Research in Jewish Studies at New York University. Dr. Schiffman is one of the world’s leading authorities on the Dead Sea Scrolls and the other of several books on the subject. • The Dead Sea Scrolls: Judaism and Christianity Wednesday, Nov. 4, 7... Read More

Homecoming 2015 Highlights

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October is LTS Month in Lexington

Lexington, Ky., Oct. 19, 2015 – Lexington Mayor Jim Gray has declared October as Lexington Theological Seminary month in honor of the Seminary's 150th anniversary. The mayor's office presented LTS with a plaque to commemorate the occasion. LTS is the pioneer theological school of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). It is located within the Bluegrass region of Kentucky, where much of the Disciples’ early history occurred. The Seminary has played a vital role in that... Read More