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TryTank Develops Framework for Parishes in “How To Try,” New Book Published
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The Center for Anglican Communion Studies Welcomes Dr. Grieb as New Director
Virginia Theological Seminary is pleased to welcome the Rev. A. Katherine Grieb, Ph.D. as the new director of its Center…
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“Theology is an invitation and a conversation. I am passionate about Latin American and Liberation theologies because they have changed me. I love to invite my students to explore the histories and theologies of Latin America because it challenges us to discern how these intersect with social, political, and cultural realities in our own contexts. This engagement not only informs our ministry priorities for the church today but it opens our hearts and minds to be changed.”
For 200 Years, Virginia Theological Seminary has been at the forefront of international Anglican witness and education. The Center for Anglican Communion Studies is an integral part of that witness, making available scholars and scholarship in the service of a reconciling intercultural Anglicanism.
We equip the international community of Anglicans and Episcopalians by hosting conferences, providing consultations, and supporting partnerships and projects with churches and theological institutions.Explore CACS
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The Welcome Center offers visitor information, guest house check-in, maps for a self-guided campus tour, and a relaxing and friendly meeting area for our community, complete with fresh coffee and internet access. It is the first stop for visitors, including prospective students, looking to orient themselves to the Holy Hill.Visiting VTS