At A Glance

Reformed Episcopal Seminary - At a Glance

Founded by the Reformed Episcopal Church in 1887, the Reformed Episcopal Seminary educates and trains Christians for lay and ordained ministries in the church of Jesus Christ. We are distinguished by our strong commitment to the inerrancy of God's Word, adherence to reformed theology and evangelical beliefs, worship and polity in the Anglican tradition, and an emphasis on pastoral ministry training.

Programs of Study (Day and Evening)


Master of Divinity

  • Three years
  • Solid core of training in Bible, theology, church history, Anglicanism, and practical theology
  • Wide range of electives
  • Pastoral focus
  • Academically Rigorous
  • Highly Interactive; Low Student/Faculty Ratio
  • Summer Intensive courses

Diploma

  • Three Years
  • Same program as for Master of Divinity, but offered to the student without college
  • Limited by Association of Theological School Standards to 10% or less of enrollment

Certificate in Bible and Theology

  • Anglican Studies, Pastoral Ministry, or Church History
  • One year
  • Broad foundation of biblical, theological, and practical courses
  • Tailored to the interests of the individual student

Continuing Education for the Church 

  • Certificate in Christian Ministry
  • Audio Tape Lectures & MP3 format
  • Summer Intensive Courses 

Licentiate for Diaconal Minister Program or Deaconess Ministry 

  • Modular Format
  • Ember Day Lectures
  • Complete in as little as two years without any transfer credit.



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