Starting Spring 2018 we will have four hybrid courses through MTS campus. What is a hybrid course you ask? “Hybrid” course, meaning both face-to-face class time merged with online learning. The purpose of a hybrid course is to take advantage of the best features each option has to offer and blend them together for optimal learning.

We are thrilled to be able to extend the reach of our work through Open MTS. For the first time this fall, new technology we have installed will allow persons to audit full MTS classes over the internet. Whether in person or connecting virtually, we urge pastors and laypersons alike to take advantage of these opportunities for continuing education to enhance Ministry for the Real World.
– Rev. Dr. Jay Earheart-Brown, President of MTS

Dr. Andrew Zirschky

HEAR FROM SOME OF OUR STUDENTS

Oct
31
Tue
500th Anniversary Community Wide Worship Service @ St. Mary's Episcopal Church (downtown)
Oct 31 @ 11:30 am – 1:35 pm

Speaker: Dr. Jay Earheart-Brown-President, Memphis Theological Seminary

Special Musical Guest: Grammy-Award Winning Saxophonist Kirk Whalum

Oct
30
Tue
500th Anniversary Community Wide Worship Service @ St. Mary's Episcopal Church (downtown)
Oct 30 @ 11:30 am – 1:35 pm

Speaker: Dr. Jay Earheart-Brown-President, Memphis Theological Seminary

Special Musical Guest: Grammy-Award Winning Saxophonist Kirk Whalum

Oct
29
Tue
500th Anniversary Community Wide Worship Service @ St. Mary's Episcopal Church (downtown)
Oct 29 @ 11:30 am – 1:35 pm

Speaker: Dr. Jay Earheart-Brown-President, Memphis Theological Seminary

Special Musical Guest: Grammy-Award Winning Saxophonist Kirk Whalum

Oct
27
Tue
500th Anniversary Community Wide Worship Service @ St. Mary's Episcopal Church (downtown)
Oct 27 @ 11:30 am – 1:35 pm

Speaker: Dr. Jay Earheart-Brown-President, Memphis Theological Seminary

Special Musical Guest: Grammy-Award Winning Saxophonist Kirk Whalum

Oct
26
Tue
500th Anniversary Community Wide Worship Service @ St. Mary's Episcopal Church (downtown)
Oct 26 @ 11:30 am – 1:35 pm

Speaker: Dr. Jay Earheart-Brown-President, Memphis Theological Seminary

Special Musical Guest: Grammy-Award Winning Saxophonist Kirk Whalum

“One of my greatest life experiences, theologically, spiritually and mentally.”

Florenstine Sullivan Woods

“The education I received at MTS was above par. The professors ranged from the conservative evangelical perspective to a more liberal mainline protestant perspective with a sprinkling of Roman Catholic in between. Yet all of them were caring and very well educated with a genuine love for Christ Jesus…”

Derek W. White

“MTS is one of the best things that could have happened to me. Going through their PAS program was an amazing experience and blessing.”

Andrew Ward

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Our Mission

To educate and sustain men and women for ordained and lay Christian ministry in the church and the world through shaping and inspiring lives devoted to scholarship, piety, and justice.

Our Values

The identity of MTS has been shaped by the traditions of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, its location in Memphis, a partnership with the broader Christian community, a commitment to dialogue with people of other faiths, and participation in the community of higher education.

Our Vision

Memphis Theological Seminary pursues its mission so that Christian leaders and the churches they serve can effectively proclaim and embody God’s mission of redemption, justice, and peace in service to the new creation in Jesus Christ.

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