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Estes Chapel Rededication, May 8, 2018

Preparation. Anticipation. Wonder. Unity. Praise. From the prelude by Dr. Albin Whitworth to the singing of “And Can it Be,” all who attended the Estes Chapel rededication service in Wilmore, Ky., on May 8, 2018, participated in an on-going story of faithfulness, grace, healing and ministry. Four hundred seventy-eight people joined hands to say the… Read More »


2018 Biblical Languages Colloquium, April 20

Asbury Theological Seminary’s Eta Beta Rho and Gamma Rho Kappa host the 2018 Biblical Languages Colloquium, April 20, with special guest Dr. Kevin J. Youngblood, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Harding University. The Colloquium promotes the discussion and consideration of the benefits of biblical languages in the work of scholars and church leaders. The… Read More »


Asbury Theological Seminary Rededicates Estes Chapel, May 8

More than 60 years after its construction in 1954, Estes Chapel celebrates its completed renovation on Tuesday, May 8 with a rededication ceremony at 11 a.m. The service will be live-streamed via newly installed technology, and a celebration luncheon will follow in the Stevens Pike Dining Room. “Estes Chapel is the heartbeat of Asbury’s spiritual… Read More »


Weddings at Asbury Donates Dream Wedding

Jake and Brittany Wimberly got married after work on a Friday afternoon when their son was 10 months old. Although they never had a real wedding, Brittany kept hoping, pinning her dreams to her Pinterest board. Weddings at Asbury heard their story and decided to donate a wedding package. On April 28, 2018, Brittany will… Read More »


Nicole Sims—New Director of Community Formation

Asbury Theological Seminary welcomes Nicole Sims to the community as the Director of Community Formation on the Kentucky Campus. Sims has a shepherd’s heart and has given her life to make disciples for Jesus Christ. Sims officially joins the community on July 1, 2018. “Nicole has served both the local and global church in a… Read More »


Donna T. Covington—New Vice President of Formation

We are delighted to welcome Donna Covington to the community as the Vice President of Formation on the Kentucky Campus. Covington lives a life of personal formation, exhibited through an infectious passion for Jesus Christ and a love for students. Covington officially joins the community July 1, 2018. “I am delighted that Donna is joining… Read More »


Greenshades Phishing Scam

Please be aware that several phishing emails that look legit, have been regarding your Greenshades account, and come from Asbury Seminary email addresses are circulating. Do not click on any links in these emails! These emails attempt to entice the user into following the link and then voluntarily entering personal information, which the hackers then… Read More »


Counseling and Pastoral Care Clinic Opens Feb. 13

The Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care (CPC) is piloting a new counseling clinic on the Asbury Theological Seminary Wilmore campus starting Feb. 13. Services are provided free of charge to Seminary students and families. The clinic is located in room 408 of Stanger Hall and is open Tuesday thru Thursday from 5-8 p.m. Counseling… Read More »


Farminary: Asbury Seminary Expands its Reach with a Community Garden

Three years after its opening, the Asbury Seminary Community Garden has bridged racial divides, taught children about nutrition, provided inexpensive organic food for students and created a safe and restful place for the whole community. Read more about it in the latest issue of Christianity Today!


Asbury Theological Seminary Professor and Team Awarded Research Grant from Louisville Institute

Asbury Professor of Counseling and Pastoral Care, Dr. Steve Stratton and colleagues received a grant from the Louisville Institute to fund a longitudinal study looking at Christian college and university students negotiating the intersection of gender identity and faith. This grant represents collaboration not only between the Seminary and Asbury University, but also between Regent… Read More »