VTS Press

Virginia Theological Seminary Press

VTS Press began in 2009 as an extension of the mission and ministry of Virginia Theological Seminary.  Founded in 1823, Virginia Theological Seminary is the largest of the 11 accredited seminaries of the Episcopal Church. VTS prepares men and women for service in the Church worldwide, both as ordained and lay ministers, and offers a number of professional degree programs and diplomas. The Seminary currently represents more than 40 different dioceses and five different countries.

As a publishing house, VTS Press specializes in books that equip the Episcopal Church for ministry, written by distinguished graduates of VTS — as well as books that celebrate the history and development of the Seminary. In addition, VTS Press publishes an annual journal of the best sermons, papers, and presentations from the Seminary each academic year.

Explore Releases

Recent Publications

Shop Amazon

Authors Published by VTS Press

Born in Mirebalais, Haiti, Constant holds a BS from Northeastern University and an MDiv. from Virginia Theological Seminary. Constant served as Pastor of Holy Comforter Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., and pastor at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Beltsville. He and his wife Sarah live in Alexandria with their two daughters.

C. Andrew Doyle, ninth Bishop of Texas, describes his six-word autobiography as: “Met Jesus on pilgrimage, still walking.” Bishop Doyle received his M.Div. from  Virginia Theological Seminary after receiving a fine arts degree from the University of North Texas.

Kreitler was educated at Brown University and Virginia Theological Seminary. His work as a parish priest and the executive director of Earth Service, Inc., and his travels across six continents cemented his belief that we are all one people whose multitude of gifts, belief systems, and styles have contributed to this remarkable world.

Hawkins is Vice President for Institutional Advancement and the Arthur Carl Lichtenberger Professor in Pastoral Theology and Continuing Education at VTS. Previously he served as Associate Dean for the Center for Anglican Communion Studies and as Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program.

Markham was appointed as Dean and President of VTS in August 2007 and serves as Priest Associate at St. Paul’s Church in Alexandria. He has a Ph.D. from the University of Exeter in the U.K., an MLitt in Philosophy and Ethics from the University of Cambridge, and BD in Theology from the University of London.

McDaniel joined the faculty of VTS in 1990. In 2002 she was named the Howard Chandler Robbins Professor of Homiletics. She was the first female Episcopal priest to hold a tenured faculty position. Before joining the seminary, she served in various parishes in Washington state as rector, associate rector, and deacon.

Prichard first taught at VTS as an adjunct in 1980, joining the faculty full-time in 1983. He was named the Arthur Lee Kinsolving Professor Emeritus of Christianity in America and Instructor in Liturgy in 2019. He completed his Ph.D. in church history at Emory University, earned an M.Div. at Yale Divinity School and an A.B. in Spanish at Princeton.

Randle has served as the registrar and historiographer of the Diocese of Virginia since 2012. She holds a B.A. in history from the College of William and Mary and a M.A. in American studies from George Washington University. For over 21 years she served as archivist at the Bishop Payne Library of the Virginia Theological Seminary.

Stewart was the first woman appointed Presiding Elder in the New York Conference of Zion Methodism. She also served as first female President of the International Presiding Elders Council of the American Methodist Episcopal Zion Church and Senior Presiding Elder of the New York Conference, AME Zion Church.

An adviser to a variety of businesses, Sheets has served as CEO of companies in six different industries. He has been active in churches in four US time zones, including as a senior warden in San Francisco and Dallas. He earned an AB in Economics from Duke and an MBA from Harvard. He and his wife have three young adult daughters.

Contact VTS Press

Virginia Theological Seminary Press
3737 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA 22304

Email: editor@vts.edu

Submission Inquiries

We are not accepting unsolicited manuscripts at this time.

VTS Press: News and Press Releases