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GC to Consider Churchwide Reparations for Slavery

Resolution A015 would build on initiatives already taken by dioceses and other Episcopal entities

Dean Defends Seminary’s Lease Deal with Music School

In a low-key, conversational session with 15 participants, Dean Ian S. Markham revealed that under a proposed 99-year lease, the music school would cover all of $32 million in deferred maintenance on General’s campus, which dates to 1817.

Committed to Mission

The Rev. Dr. John L. Kater reviews Becoming Cosmopolitan: Unfolding Two Centuries of Mission at Virginia Theological Seminary.

General Convention to Consider a Lifeline for GTS

Virginia Theological Seminary is poised to take control of General, the church's oldest seminary.

GTS and VTS Forge a Deeper Partnership

The two oldest Episcopal seminaries think they are stronger as collaborators than as competitors.

Seeking Communion in the Midst of Disagreement

A diverse panel of bishops, theologians and church officials gather insights from classic sources and contemporary ecumenical theology to help Anglicans retain a common life in the midst of deep doctrinal differences.

VTS Breaks Ground in Funding Reparations

Virginia Theological Seminary is creating a $1.7 million endowment that will fund “activities and programs that promote justice and inclusion,” including “the particular needs of any descendants of enslaved persons that worked at the Seminary.”

Living Church Institute Sends Dean’s Scholar to VTS

Amber Noel, a writer and playwright, is adapting a science fiction novel for the stage, based on a retelling of the Garden of Eden story,

Seminaries to Launch ‘TryTank’

The Rev. Lorenzo Lebrija will lead a joint project for church growth and innovation.

Keep 1982 Hymnals Handy

Liturgists, musicians are cautious about revising the hymnal.


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