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Louisville Seminary Featured in January Issue of In Trust

Jan 09, 2018

In Trust coverLouisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary garnered some national attention in January. This month, In Trust, a quarterly magazine for seminary governing boards and others who bear responsibility for institutions of theological education, included Louisville Seminary in its feature article, "Food for the Soul." The article addresses the different ways seminaries try to build a sense of community with affordable dining services.

Last spring, Louisville Seminary was in need of a new on-campus dining service provider. It wanted to find a vendor that reflects its mission to minister to a world in great need, which is why the seminary enlisted the services of the New Legacy Reentry Corporation. New Legacy is a restorative justice program that gives citizens recently released from prison opportunities to reintegrate back into society.

Seminary Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Pat Cecil provides details about the arrangement with New Legacy in the In Trust article.


(A feature article about Louisville Seminary's work with New Legacy also appears in the Fall/Winter 2017 issue of Mosaic magazine. Read the article here.)

Also featured in the January issue of In Trust is an essay written by Louisville Seminary President Michael Jinkins. The essay, "A School for the Lord's Service," addresses different types of theological schools and, as referenced in The Rule of St. Benedict, points to the value of humility within a community that places "the work of God" above all other duties.


Our thanks to writer David Sumner and In Trust for including Louisville Seminary in these critical conversations.
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