Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary

1044 Alta Vista Road
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Louisville
KY
 
40205
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800-264-1839
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Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary is called by God through the church to educate men and women to participate in the redemptive ministry of Jesus Christ in the world.

The Seminary is a community that affirms and trusts the ever-faithful presence and activity of the triune God. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we confess the Scriptures to be the unique and authoritative witness to God's redemptive love for the world.

We are committed to an ecumenical vision of the Body of Christ. We recognize the wholeness of the church's mission, respect the cross-cultural character of Christian ministry in the world and support continuing efforts at interfaith dialogue and practice.

The Seminary's student body and faculty represent 15 different faith traditions, predominantly from Presbyterian, Methodist and Baptist denominations.
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Campus:
Seminary campus includes 67 acres of green space, including an outdoor labyrinth for prayer and reflection.
Academic Support Center that assists students with the various aspects of academic writing, critical analysis, study skills, and reading.
Pets are welcome in student housing
Off Campus:
Students have privileges at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary's Health and Recreation Center, including a health clinic.
Louisville Seminary is a member of the Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education based in Chicago. Through this consortium, students and faculty have the opportunity to participate in conferences and courses on ministry in urban contexts.
Louisville Seminary is a charter member of the Appalachian Ministries Educational Resource Center (AMERC), a consortia providing training for ministers in Appalachia and for ministers who intend to serve in that region. Courses focus on religious history and social issues of Appalachia, with attention given to models and strategies for small church ministry in the rural setting.
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