Faculty & Staff

We place a high priority on creating an environment that enables faculty and staff to do their best work and values the contributions of all.

Our Faculty & Staff

Foundational to the character and mission of the seminary is its identity as a confessionally Reformed institution. Each faculty member, together with the ecclesiastical leaders of the seminary’s supporting and governing denominations (the Heritage Reformed Congregations and Free Reformed Churches of North America), subscribe the cardinal doctrines of the Christian faith as expressed in the Ecumenical Creeds, and the teaching of the Reformed faith as expressed in the Three Forms of Unity (The Belgic Confession, 1561; the Heidelberg Catechism, 1563; and the Canons of Dort, 1618-1619) and the Westminster Standards of the 1640s. From these sources flow our Reformed perspective, our value system, our motivation for ministry, and our curricular emphases.

“ Jesus Christ's appeal for students was based on gentleness and humility, not qualifications or results. His teaching methods were not exactly the most “efficient,” but they were supremely effective and compelling! ”

Dr. David Murray

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