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Make a Difference


Make a difference with us — in the church, in the world.


Bexley Seabury is a welcoming teaching-learning community rooted in a generous spiritual and intellectual tradition. We seek  curious, entrepreneurial lay and ordained leaders who will engage in bold inquiry in service of the Gospel.

We foster reflective and responsive leaders and help them develop the spiritual depth, theological understanding, and practical skills needed to transform lives and bring about justice.

Ecumenical setting, low-residency platform

farewell_eucharist_0683_051016_cropped_webOur community is situated in a vibrant, ecumenical setting. We are located on the
campus of ChicagoTheological Seminary in Chicago’s historic Hyde Park/Woodlawn area, long a center for learning and civic leadership.

Our low-residency platform lets you pursue advanced theological studies while fulilling your ministerial and other responsibilities.

Forming leaders for 21st-century ministry

Our degree, diploma, and lifelong learning programs combine classic theology and spiritual formation. Innovative courses are taught by scholar-practitioners who take a contextual approach, helping you link what you learn to what you experience.

Master of DivinityAnglican StudiesDoctor of MinistryLifelong LearningLeadership InstituteDiaconal Enrichment

Bexley Seabury seeks to affirm the dignity of all persons who are faithfully living out their vocations 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.

> TO GET STARTED, contact Jaime Briceño by email or phone him at 708-380-7045.

dean_delisio_shares_her_thoughts_083116_webWHAT STUDENTS SAY

“Bexley Seabury’s strength from my perspective is the application of principles. The program has given us practical tools to get from point A to point B.”

“[The instructor] was engaging and inviting—class sessions were very stimulating.”

“Being in a diverse learning community was extremely helpful as it is much more like being a leader in a congregation.”

“The instructor’s vast knowledge of the subject matter was clear.”

“The course was very innovative and very transferable to ministry work.”

“I like that there is quite a mix of students from late 20s to 60s with different faith histories and from around the country.”