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

We’re Almost There, Thanks To You!

At a time the world desperately needs to hear the gospel, we're excited to say that we are closing in on the Ministerial Education Fund goal of $452,000, with $348,877 raised so far! With just a couple more weeks to go, we're counting on our LTS community to get us to the top, directly impacting ministerial education for our... Read More

Highlights from the 2016 Commencement

Please click the photo to view the slideshow of highlights from our 150th... Read More

Moving Toward Our Ministerial Education Fund Goal

As thermometers rise in the approaching summer heat, our thermometer is, too! It's not the summer sun, but rather YOUR generosity that warms our hearts. We're joyfully anticipating reaching our goal, with your help, by July 31! If you haven't given yet, you can make a difference today. Share this with friends who also believe in the importance of an educated clergy and supporting ministry education, now more than ever.... Read More

Lexington Theological Seminary’s 150th Commencement is Friday

Association of Theological Schools President to Keynote Lexington, Ky., June 13, 2016 – For the 150th time in the institution’s history, Lexington Theological Seminary will celebrate the achievements of students and recognize those in the LTS community who have helped further the Seminary’s mission and vision. Commencement begins at 10 a.m. at Central Christian Church (205 E. Short Street, Lexington) with a reception to follow. The Seminary will confer degrees upon 11 students,... Read More

First Hispanic Ministries Cohort Meets

Lexington Theological Seminary, in partnership with Obra Hispana, welcomed our first Certificate for Hispanic Ministries class at the Seminary this week. A total of 42 students studied and worshiped together Monday, May 23, through Friday, May 27.  Students came together from states including Alabama, Florida, Oregon, Georgia, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. From Interim National Pastor William Almodovar: "Thank you to all the regions and conventions, to our professors Dr. Samuel Pagan, Prof.... Read More

Golf Scramble Registration Extended

We've extended registration for the annual LTS Golf Scramble to May 20th -- but there's no better time than the present to sign up! Register online:... Read More

Pastor doesn’t take ‘cookie-cutter’ approach to ministry

Rev. Matthew Hunt, '96, pastor of Salem Evangelical United Church of Christ in Quincy, IL, is profiled in this Herald-Whig... Read More