Lexington, KY - Lexington Theological Seminary (LTS) will move its campus to the Lexington Green Complex, with classes to be held at the new facility starting after January 2014.
The new property, located at 230 Lexington Green Circle, includes more than 16,000 square feet of space that will house classrooms, a library, administrative offices and fellowship and worship space.
The seminary’s former campus of 63 years at 631 S. Limestone in Lexington was purchased in June by the University of Kentucky. The Seminary board opted to sell the facility to UK and relocate “to better meet the educational model designed for the changing demographic of the student population,” according to a media release announcing the upcoming move.
“This new space better equips us to be faithful to our mission to prepare leaders for the church,” LTS President Charisse Gillett said in the media release. “We are excited for the future of Lexington Theological Seminary and our work in the church as we begin to write the next chapter in our story.”
The seminary’s administrative offices will move to the new location by December 31. The library is expected to be relocated by August 2014.