Begin Your Journey with Lexington Theological Seminary
Who We Are
We are an ecumenical seminary of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
attitude of flexibility
We maintain an attitude of flexibility to meet the diverse needs of those who wish to pursue a theological education.
We value our commitment to well-rounded ministry. The Seminary works to integrate theological study with ministerial practice and personal faith formation.
The mission of Lexington Theological Seminary is to prepare faithful leaders for the church of Jesus Christ and, thus, to strengthen the church’s participation in God’s mission for the world.
What Our Students Say
“We do ministry different. We do ministry education different. It’s wonderful to be actually doing ministry and doing the practical application of what we’re learning in class everyday within a local congregation.”
– Mariah Newell –
“Every student is assigned to a mentor of his or her choice. The mentors will provide the ministry side for the students to put practical theological ministry into practice. As the students go through this natural process, he becomes practically competent for ministry.”
– Foster Frimpong –
“When you become a student here, you become part of the student body, you really become part of something much more. There is a real sense of community here. There’s a real sense of support.”
– Rich Vreeland –
A Historic Seminary Built for Modern Theologians
Answer the call to ministry by enrolling at LTS.
Of faculty hold PhDs or terminal degrees in their field
Unique online and hybrid programs that provide the flexibility needed by today's theological students.
Years of academic excellence supporting the church and pastoral and community leaders
Accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools
Is god calling you?
If God is calling you to a life in ministry, prepare yourself with a degree from Lexington Theological Seminary. Through our 100% online seminary program, LTS prepares faithful leaders for the church of Jesus Christ, thus strengthening the church’s participation in God’s mission for the world.