An Episcopal Center for Learning & Discipleship

Bexley Seabury is called to be a 21st century seminary beyond walls

Bexley Seabury is called to be a 21st century seminary beyond walls – open to all who seek to deepen their Christian formation in a generous spiritual and intellectual tradition.

Master of Divinity Degree (M.Div.)

A post baccalaureate professional graduate degree for students preparing for ordained ministry within the Episcopal church. This program is also available for students preparing for other forms of ministry for which a Master of Divinity is required or desirable.

D.Min. in Congregational Development

At Bexley Seabury, our low-residence doctor of ministry students have an unparalleled opportunity to learn, stretch, challenge themselves and others, and emerge at the end of three years with exceptional skills in leadership and deeper theological grounding for innovative and effective congregational ministry.

D.Min in Preaching

This ecumenical program, which includes intensive summer residencies and work in your home congregation during the year, is designed to help you become the preacher God is calling you to be.

Diploma in Anglican Studies (DAS)

Across the Episcopal Church, lay leaders, clergy and aspirants to ordained ministry are seeking new kinds of training to lead a new kind of church. The Bexley Seabury Anglican Studies program offers a wide range of accessible options for leaders from all walks of life.

Lifelong Learning

Nearly every course at Bexley Seabury can be taken for continuing education or simply for the love of learning at significantly reduced rates. Our teaching-learning communities bring together lay and ordained people from all walks of life, all parts of the church and mutiple denominations.

Diaconal Enrichment Program

Designed to supplement and build upon diocesan training programs or ministerial experience, this program is for persons preparing for ordination to the permanent diaconate and for currently ordained deacons seeking to enrich their ministries.

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Because I'll be damned if I let Martin Luther King Jr. get whitewashed this year.
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"community organising completely changed my ministry" - exploring church growth with @BexleySeabury students from across the USA

A nightly reading for little ones commemorating Martin Luther King Jr Day.

Because I'll be damned if I let Martin Luther King Jr. get whitewashed this year.
#MLK #MLKday #MartinLutherKingDay #WhiteChurchQuiet #BLM

Special Occasion: Thanksgiving for experiences that shape us via @ccbyprayer

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Latest News

A quick look to what is new and exciting at the Bexley Seabury Federation.


January 8 – Bexley Hall and Seabury-Western Class of 1976-1978 Grace J. Trapp, Ralph M. Tuck, William C. Webb, James S. Wilson, Richard A. Benedict, Jonathan B. Coffey, Patricia Eichenlaub, Steven M. Giovangelo, John F. LaVoe, Ernest G. Matijascic, John L. Peterson, Robert E. Rutkowski, Catherine F. Scott, Robert W. Scott,...


December 1 – Bexley Hall and Seabury-Western Class of 1972 & 1973 Gary K. Knoss, Leon L. Love, John R. Paal, Tyrus C. Petty, W. Clarke Prescott, Albert S. Sam, Betty Schiess, James R. Sorenson, John Wall, Evan A. Ash, Peder G. Berdahl, Carl T. Cannon, Mark C. Engle, Frederick L....


A Message from Acting President Therese DeLisio November 27, 2017 The Chicago iHeartRadio FM station switched to playing Christmas songs 24 hours a day on Tuesday, November 6, at 4:35 pm. The president of iHeartMedia Chicago offered this reason: “With all the turmoil in the world today, we felt Chicago needed...

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Bexley Seabury seeks to affirm the dignity of all persons within our community—students, staff and faculty—without prejudice to any person regardless of race, color, gender, age, physical disability, height or weight, national and ethnic origin, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation/identity or gender identification.