The following are the Member Schools and Institutions of the Washington Theological Consortium.
Catholic University of America School of Theology
The mission of The Catholic University of America is to render service in the United States as an intellectual center of the highest quality where every dimension of truth, natural and revealed, can be examined with competent expertise. The university seeks in particular to maintain a position of excellence in historical & systematic theology, biblical and liturgical studies, church history,…More
Howard University School of Divinity
Howard University School of Divinity (HUSD) is one of the oldest fully accredited (1940) theological schools affiliated with the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada. And, as one of the 12 schools and colleges within Howard, it is the only African-American theological school connected to a comprehensive category I research institution.
Holy Cross Hall
2900 Van Ness Street…
John Leland Center for Theological Studies
Leland’s cutting-edge curriculum and international faculty are well-suited for the cosmopolitan environment of the greater Washington, D.C. area. With strong ties to a wide range of churches and denominations, Leland boasts one of the most ethnically and racially diverse student bodies among area seminaries. This is a place to study God’s word and prepare for ministry with brothers and sisters…More
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
Bearing witness at the crossroads of history and hope, the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg proclaims Jesus Christ to a restless world by preparing students for faithful discipleship. As we listen to God’s Word in community, the Holy Spirit empowers us to lead in church and world through worship, education, service and encouragement.
61 Seminary Ridge
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Parking is free.
Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House
In service to the evangelizing mission of the Dominican Order, the primary purpose of the Dominican House of Studies is to provide a Catholic theological education that prepares students for the ordained ministry in the Province of St. Joseph. Recognizing the wide appeal of a theological education in the Dominican tradition, the Dominican House of Studies accepts all interested and…More
Reformed Theological Seminary
RTS Washington DC is committed to equipping the next generation of Christian leaders to articulate and defend their faith in an urban, postmodern environment in a way that stands up to intellectual scrutiny and gives an account for the hope that is within them. Our focus is to prepare Christian leaders for our community, our nation and the global church…More
Virginia Theological Seminary
The Mission of Virginia Theological Seminary is to form men and women for lay and ordained leadership within community, with particular attention to raising leaders for the Episcopal Church;to provide continuing theological education for all people (clergy and laity of all denominations);to serve the Anglican Communion and the wider Church;to provide an ecumenical, international, and cross-cultural context for theological education;…More
Virginia Union University School of Theology
The Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology of Virginia Union University (STVU) is a historically African American institution, that, in partnership with the church and community, endeavors to equip students for service within diverse, social contexts through a curriculum that emphasizes academic excellence, spiritual (trans) formation, and faithful service in the church and world.
The over 380 School of Theology students…More
Wesley Theological Seminary
Seated in the nation’s capital, centered in Christian faith, Wesley Theological Seminary prepares over 700 students annually, representing more than 25 denominations, to become exemplary teachers, preachers, and leaders in the world today.
The mission of Wesley Theological Seminary is to equip Christians for leadership in the church and the world, to advance theological scholarship, and to model a prophetic voice…More
Saint Paul’s College
St. Paul’s College, established in 1914, is the house of studies for Paulist seminarians. The Paulist Fathers maintain their formation program for seminarians there. St. Paul’s College also serves as the home for Paulist priests who serve the local and national Catholic Church through a variety of apostolates including education, evangelization, ecumenism, and mass communications.
3015 4th Street NE,
Washington, DC 20017
Shalem Institute of Spiritual Formation
Shalem’s mission is to nurture contemplative living and leadership. Grounded in an understanding of God’s desire for peace, wholeness and well-being, Shalem envisions a world transformed by contemplative living and leadership in which all people honor one another and creation, recognize their unity and interconnectedness, and courageously seek to live out of this reality.
3025 Fourth Street NE, Suite 22
Washington, DC 20017
Woodstock Theological Center
The Woodstock Theological Center ended its illustrious ministry in June 2013. The Consortium continues to have borrowing privileges with the Woodstock Theological Library, which is part of the Georgetown University collection. See the Woodstock librarian for details.
For library website
Woodstock Library (202) 687-7513
Washington, DC 20007
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Grad. School of Islamic and Social Sciences
The Graduate School of Islamic and Social Sciences (GSISS) is one of the first privately held, independent institutions in the United States dedicated in its entirety to teaching and research in Islamic Studies. It focuses on the American experience of Islam and Islamic studies in the United States and the West. The School provides students with the tools needed to…More
Institute for Christian & Jewish Studies
The Institute for Christian & Jewish Studies (ICJS) is an independent educational non-profit that seeks to advance interreligious dialogue and understanding through serious examination of the issues that create religious tensions. By shaping a new relationship between Christians, Jews, and Muslims, the ICJS addresses the contemporary challenges of religious pluralism in our scholarship, teaching, and outreach.
The ICJS is unaffiliated with…More