The School of Theology’s core curriculum is rooted in academic excellence—grounded in the Bible, Prayer Book focused, and designed to provide the foundation for a lifetime of learning and serving. We will have you for one, two, or three years but we will prepare you for a lifetime of service. Our highly credentialed faculty takes the academic formation of their students very seriously and yet are able to provide a community of learners that nurtures creativity.
The School of Theology will inaugurate Black History Month by hosting a performance by The American Spiritual Ensemble on Feb. 1, 2022, in All Saints’ Chapel at 7 p.m.
Mark D. Jordan is a scholar of Christian theology, European philosophy, and gender studies. His lecture is titled "The Word after Babel: On the Diversity of Theological Languages."
Vice-Chancellor Brigety has informed the Board of Regents of his decision to tender his resignation as vice-chancellor effective at the conclusion of this semester, on Dec. 21, 2021.
For the second time in the recent past, one seminarian was the recipient of both the Woods and Freeman awards—Kelton Riley, T’23