RTS Jackson Community
Whether you are a student or live in the area, RTS Jackson has many ways to get involved on campus. From browsing the bookstore to joining us for our weekly chapel, attending a lecture series, or auditing a class, there is a place for you at RTS. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Online Discussion Forum
Each month RTS Jackson hosts an Online Discussion Forum moderated by Dr. Ligon Duncan. During the discussion, an RTS Jackson faculty member addresses a topic within their area of expertise.
John Reed Miller Lectures
This series honors Dr. Miller and promotes the biblical theology and practice of Reformed Preaching and Pastoral Ministry that he embodied in his own life and work.
Hughes Lecture Series
The Hughes Lectures bring in the most accomplished Bible-believing theologians and scholars of our day to address our students on topics that relate to the biblical, doctrinal, and historical theology.
Our community worships together each Wednesday from 11:00-11:50 a.m. at Alumni Chapel.
The RTS Conference on Christian Counseling engages with and explores frontiers in counseling from a Christian perspective in a format that allows counselors in the field to receive Continuing Education credits.
The Reformed Theological Seminary Counseling Center is a clinic which offers individual, marital, and family therapy to the greater Jackson area. It operates as a ministry of Reformed Theological Seminary and serves as a clinical training facility for advanced graduate students in Counseling.
In addition to supplying students with discounted textbooks, the RTS Jackson Bookstore offers a wide variety of books for the local Christian community. Whether you are a pastor looking for a commentary, a parent looking for something edifying for your little ones, or a churchgoer looking for something to help deepen your faith, we are here to serve you.
Audit a Course
Interested in taking advantage of top scholars teaching in your own backyard? Anyone can audit a course at RTS. This is a great way to continue learning and expanding your theological education. Auditors are enrolled in the class and receive the same instruction as full-time students. Homework assignments and exams are not graded by the professors.