Most Episcopal seminaries offer three-year, part-time, and full-time graduate programs, for both ordained ministry and lay leadership, and offer advanced theological studies, master's degrees, doctor's degrees, and certificate programs for non-degree-seeking students.
Please visit the websites of the seminaries listed below for detailed information about their admissions process and academic programs.
As an Episcopal center for learning and discipleship at the crossroads of the nation, Bexley Seabury forms lay and clergy leaders to proclaim God’s mission in the world, creating new networks of Christian formation, entrepreneurial leadership and bold inquiry in the service of the Gospel.
Church Divinity School of the Pacific, the only Episcopal seminary on the West Coast, integrates scholarship, reflection and worship with the ministry of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In our classrooms, in our communities, and in our partnership with the ecumenical and interreligious Graduate Theological Union, we define and enrich our faith, and embrace the future.
In an ever-changing world, Episcopal Divinity School (EDS) is a respected and progressive center for study and spiritual formation for lay and ordained leaders. Committed to a mission of forward-looking social justice and inclusive education and grounded in the Anglican tradition, EDS balances a respect for the past with an orientation of innovation.
As a recognized seminary for the Episcopal Church, the Anglican Church in North America, the Episcopal Missionary Church, and the North American Lutheran Church among others, Nashotah House is a center for High Church theology, discipline, and the ideals of the Oxford Movement.
Seminary of the Southwest forms men and women for the service of Christ in lay or ordained ministry within the church and the larger society. Southwest’s vision is to be a community for formation and leadership within the church supported by a strength of program, endowment, and environment that assures excellence in theological and pastoral education.
The School of Theology is an accredited seminary of The Episcopal Church that educates women and men to serve in ordained and lay vocations. The School develops leaders who are learned, skilled, informed by the Word of God, and committed to the mission of Christ’s church, in the Anglican tradition of forming disciples through a common life of prayer, learning, and service. The seminary's global contextual education programs equip people for ministry through the gift of theological formation in community.
Trinity School for Ministry is an evangelical seminary in the Anglican tradition. We welcome students from all three streams of orthodox Anglicanism: evangelical, charismatic and Anglo-Catholic, as well as members of other denominations.
Virginia Theological Seminary is a seminary of the Episcopal Church that has since 1823 served to further the universal mission of Christ’s church by providing graduate theological education and serving as a theological resource for the Episcopal Church, the Anglican Communion, and the wider church. In preparing its students as servants of Jesus Christ, as lay and ordained leaders of the church, the Seminary has placed theological education in the context of residential community marked by common life and worship.