The Board of Trustees is conducting a presidential search for the next president of Saint Paul School of Theology, following the departure announcement of President Myron McCoy this past fall. The new president is expected to begin July 1, 2014.
In the complexity of the ever-changing nature of our world and church, Saint Paul School of Theology is proudly committed to educating leaders of the church who claim as their responsibility the biblical mandate of making disciples for Jesus Christ. This important responsibility can never be done haphazardly as we recognize the different contexts in which people live and serve, and as we hold before us always the awesome task of renewing the church and transforming the word.
Rooted in the Wesleyan tradition and committed to inspiring
passion for ministry in diverse Christian bodies,
Saint Paul School of Theology educates leaders
to make disciples for Jesus Christ,
renew the church, and transform the world.
Saint Paul School of Theology seeks a dynamic leader who shares our vision for a daring new approach to theological education that unites spiritual development in our students with the acquisition of the skills necessary for effective ministry in the 21st century.
The next president will have the opportunity to shape the way theological higher education is offered and the contexts in which the best practices for ministry are shaped in our students. Saint Paul is developing a novel collaborative model of education that promises to redefine the relationships between theological schools and the Church in ways that will renew passion and change the perceptions and effectiveness of both institutions as they strive to serve God's rapidly changing world together.