Training Christ’s people to serve the
ﬂock of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Reformed Episcopal Seminary
Study with the best, with those committed to orthodox biblical Christianity, integrity, and a passion for the historic faith and worship of the Gospel.
A history of excellence.
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A LEGACY OF FAITH.
Continuing a tradition that began in 1886 of theological training that is Evangelical, Catholic, Protestant, Ecumenical & Anglican.
Reformed episcopal seminary has remained constantly and consistently faithful to Jesus Christ, His Gospel and the Holy Scriptures, for over 134 years. It is the best, fully-accredited-residential Anglican seminary, for being spiritually formed with a classical approach to the Anglican Way and worship.
The Most Rev. Ray R. Sutton, Ph.D.
Presiding Bishop Reformed Episcopal Church
We work to give people the tools to be faithful in their calling however we can. Students from all walks of life have been taught and nurtured in this community.
The School is accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools, 10 Summit Park Drive, Pittsburgh PA 15275-1110; 412.788.6505. The following degree programs are approved by the Commission on Accrediting:
– Master of Divinity
– Master of Arts
Reformed Episcopal Seminary’s educational effectiveness is shown by the fact that in the last five years 63 percent of all Master of Divinity students have successfully completed their program on schedule. In the last five years, 100% of our graduates have been active in Christian ministry and service. 100% of our students are active in Christian ministry and service. 75% of graduates in the last five years have received vocational placements and 25% have received non-vocational placements.