An outgrowth of the evangelical and charismatic renewal movement of the 1950's and 1960's Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry (or TESM) was founded in 1976. Several well known evangelical Episcopalians and Anglicans were involved in it's founding, including John R.W. Stott and J.I. Packer. It was accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in 1985.

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Courses of study Edit

Degree programs Edit

  • Master of Divinity (M.Div.) - the typical priestly formation program
  • Emphases available in Mission, Youth Ministry, or General (no emphasis)
  • Master of Arts in Religion (M.A.R.)
  • Emphases in: Biblical Studies, Theology, or Church History
  • Master of Arts in Mission and Evangelism (M.A.M.E.)
  • Emphases in Global Mission, Evangelism and Renewal, or Youth Ministry
  • Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)

Non-degree programs Edit

  • Diploma in Anglican Studies (D.A.S.)
  • Diploma in Mission and Evangelism (D.M.E.)
  • Diploma in Youth Ministry (D.Y.M.)
  • Diploma in Basic Christian Studies (D.B.C.S.)
  • Certificate in Basic Christian Studies (C.B.C.S.)
  • Certificate in Youth Ministry (C.Y.M.)

Current officers Edit

  • The Very Rev. Dr. Paul Zahl, President & Dean
  • Mr. A. Hugo Blankingship, Chairman of the Board of Trustees
  • The Rt. Rev. William C. Frey, Dean & President Emeritus

External links Edit

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