Reformed Theological Seminary’s Washington, D.C. campus will move to a new site in Tysons Corner in early 2019.
“Our new location will help us respond to the needs of our growing student body and faculty,” said Dr. Scott Redd, president of RTS Washington and professor of Old Testament. “In our new facility, we will be able to welcome more students, offer more classes simultaneously, and host more community events, while continuing to enjoy the accessibility and vitality of the Tysons Corner area.”
The site, which more than doubles the size of the current campus, is located at the intersection of Old Courthouse Rd. and Lord Fairfax Rd. in Vienna, VA, walking distance from the Greensboro metro station and a short drive off the Capital Beltway. Tysons Corner is projected to be the fastest growing area in Northern Virginia. “We are thrilled to plant the seminary at the heart of it,” said Dr. Redd.
The new campus site is the result of a partnership between RTS Washington and NewCity Church, pastored by Dr. Paul Jeon, who also teaches New Testament at the seminary.
“This partnership reflects what Reformed Theological Seminary and NewCity Church are about: working together to train men and women in the riches of the Reformed tradition with a view to loving God and neighbor through their respective callings,” said Dr. Jeon.
“These are exciting times for our campus,” said Dr. Redd. “We are grateful for this opportunity to strengthen our efforts to provide excellent graduate theological education.”
Reformed Theological Seminary opened its doors in the D.C. metro area in 1995. It currently serves over two hundred students from all across the metropolitan area and its surrounding states.