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Union Presbyterian Seminary equips Christian leaders for ministry in the world — a sacred vocation that requires deep learning, commitment to service, and an ability to read culture and circumstance in the light of the rich resources of scripture and theological tradition.

The seminary’s core mission is to participate in the mission of the church by forming and equipping leaders for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ (Eph 4:12).

ATS Member Status: Accredited

3401 Brook Road
Richmond, VA 23227

Phone: 804-355-0671
Fax: 804-355-3919

Brian K. Blount, President Ph: 804-278-4200, 804-278-4201
Stanley H. Skreslet, Dean of Union Presbyterian Seminary at Richmond Ph: 804-278-4230

Denomination: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Fall 2010 Data:
Enrollment: 273 (214.6 FTE)
Faculty Full-Time: 22
Faculty Part-Time: 12

Approved Degrees: MDiv, MA in Christian Education, ThM, PhD

Comprehensive distance education program: no

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2 Reviews

  1. These people screwed me real good way back in the early 80s. I got 90% of a degree done when they cut me walking papers. It was hard to transfer anyplace because of residency requirements. I got an unaccredited degree later from Immanuel Baptist Seminary, a DRE. I had BS and MA degrees from Marshall University in West Virginia. These folks are real arrogant. They like people from the “right side of the tracks.” If you want to go there they expect you to think like a preppy Presbyterian. They sent armed private investigators to my door to intimidate me. Does that fit with Galatians 6:1? I teach in the Virginia penal system. I have also completed programs from Liberty University (LHBI) and Light University. I would love to dialog with anyone. David

    • What is the other side of the story? Certainly they wouldn’t ask you to leave for no reason. I’m curious as I have been looking at their degree program. Thank you.

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