|Think Theologically, Engage Globally, Live Biblically
|Scott W. Sunquist
|Year of establishment
|130 Essex Street
|South Hamilton, Massachusetts
|1 978 468 711
Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, often referred to as Gordon-Conwell or GCTS, is an evangelical seminary that ranks as one of the largest evangelical seminaries in North America.
Gordon-Conwell has students from over 90 different denominations, as well as students from over 40 countries around the world.
Gordon-Conwell's mission as an educational institution is to prepare men and women for ministry at home and abroad.
The seminary provides learning, resources and training through which men and women may acquire knowledge, gain skills and develop attitudes needed in Christ’s ministry. Its mission, accordingly, is to serve the Church in the following ways:
Article 1:To encourage students to become knowledgeable of God’s inerrant Word, competent in its interpretation, proclamation and application in the contemporary world.
Article 2:To maintain academic excellence in the highest tradition of Christian scholarship in the teaching of the biblical, historical and theological disciplines.
Article 3:To train and encourage students, in cooperation with the Church, to become skilled in ministry.
Article 4:To work with the churches towards the maturing of students so that their experiential knowledge of God in Christ is evidenced in their character, outlook, conduct, relationships and involvement in society.
Article 5:To provide leadership and educational resources for shaping an effective evangelical presence in Church and society.
Article 6:To develop in students a vision for God’s redemptive work throughout the world and to formulate the strategies that will lead to effective missions, evangelism and discipleship.
The Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary is a Private university located in South Hamilton.
The Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary was founded in 1888.
The current president of Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary is Scott W. Sunquist.