The top two things Covenant students love most are the grace-centered community they experience here and the faculty of pastor-scholars who so wonderfully shape their biblical world- and life-view. Experience both of these aspects of Covenant Seminary and more by scheduling a
campus visit. Sit in on a class, spend time with students, attend a chapel service, and experience a taste of all that St. Louis has to offer. While you're here, we’ll spend time with you to get to know you and address your questions and concerns about transitioning to Covenant Seminary.
Apply online by submitting this form, which takes about 5 minutes to complete, along with your $50 application fee. Upon completion, you will receive an e-mail detailing the next steps in your admissions process.
Throughout all of the application process, your admissions representative is available to be your guide and partner. We are excited to walk with you as you discern your call to ministry. Feel free to reach out to us at any time at 314.434.4044.
Before coming to Covenant Seminary, Jeremy (MDiv ’06) was involved in campus ministry and served in both America and China with an organization that sends Christian teachers to Southeast Asia. Now he directs his passion for leadership development and education toward serving the next generation of church leaders. In addition to his work at the Seminary, he is a ruling elder at Kirk of the Hills Presbyterian Church and is a student (again), pursuing an MA in Leadership and Organizational Development at Saint Louis University. Jeremy and his wife, Becky, have been married for over a decade and have three children who never cease coming up with fun sayings or crazy ideas, which sometimes result in TVs being destroyed.
Kent (MATS ’06) grew up in a small town in Indiana and came to Covenant Seminary with a desire to equip the church. After experimenting in architecture and then graphic design, he figured out that his passion was being with people and pursuing the work the Lord is doing to train leaders. In between spending time amid the Covenant Seminary community and trying to exhaust the St. Louis public library’s film collection, Kent loves reading about design, entrepreneurship, and anything by C.S. Lewis. He married Susan (MAEM ’11) in the summer of 2010 and hasn't been the same since.
John (MDiv ’10) grew up in Tennessee in the middle of nine kids. He is a connoisseur of obscure music and regularly provides the office with a soundtrack of random songs. John has worked with youth in many capacities, including tutoring, coaching varsity football, and inner-city ministry. More recently, he has enjoyed serving as a teaching assistant for New Testament and ethics classes and being a part-time ThM student focusing on theological ethics. He and his lovely wife, Annie, have three young children.
Rachel comes to Covenant Seminary from Miami, Florida, where she worked at Habitat for Humanity for three years and was involved in the music and children’s ministries at her home church. She graduated from Covenant College in 2009, and she is excited to begin her Master of Arts in Educational Ministries at Covenant Seminary while working in the Admissions office. When not working or studying, Rachel and her husband, Joseph (MDIV ’16), spend their time visiting free St. Louis attractions and experimenting with homemade pizza recipes.
Lindsey (MAC ’12) grew up in the Dutch metropolis of Orange City, Iowa, where she spent a good portion of her youth wearing wooden shoes. After a brief sojourn in the Sunshine state, the Lord used godly counselors and mentors to lead her to pursue counseling as a ministry. In addition to working with the Admissions office, Lindsey is pursuing licensure in the hopes of counseling senior citizens and their families and primary caregivers. Additionally, she has counseled many a roommate through break-ups and engagements, lost keys and borrowed clothes, and can quote the entire movie “You’ve Got Mail”. When she is not drinking coffee or collecting all things vintage, she enjoys playing Ultimate Frisbee and cleaning her room…..repeatedly.
Christina is a third-year counseling student who hails from Miami, Florida. She has steadily moved northward from Miami to Gainesville, Florida, where she earned a BA in communication sciences and disorders, and then to Atlanta, Georgia, where she served as an RUF Intern at Kennesaw State University, and finally to her current residence in St. Louis. As an Admissions Representative, Christina loves the opportunity to connect with incoming students. When she is not at work or studying, she enjoys playing cards or board games with her husband, Paul, and finds creative outlets in things such as writing, drawing, and do-it-yourself projects.
A resident director at Grove City College prior to coming to Covenant, Mark (MDiv ’15) channels his love of students by helping prospective applicants better understand God’s call in their lives through asking questions, providing insight, and serving them throughout the admissions process. Mark was recently married to Claire (January ’12) and is appreciating the gifts of marriage and God’s grace with increasing depth and gratitude. When not at work, Mark can be found: enjoying his Australian citizenship, telling far-fetched tales about close encounters with bears, playing Ping-Pong, rooting for the Ohio State Buckeyes, and laughing.
Alex joined the Admissions team in August ’12 and is studying for her MATS. Alex hails from a group of islands in the South Pacific called New Zealand where she worked for a sustainable and ethical salmon farming company for five years. Alex moved to the USA in August ’11 with her husband, John (MDiv ’13), specifically to attend Covenant. They take great joy in exploring different areas of the country while they’re here and one of her favorite things about working in Admissions is meeting people from all over. So far they have visited 19 of the 50 different states, collecting the Starbucks city mugs as they go.
Anthony (Admissions Representative, MDiv ‘14) was born and raised in Virginia, where he attended college at James Madison University as a Sports Management major. He must have liked it because he spent the next six years there doing campus ministry! He used to be an athlete, but has settled for a life of suffering as a die-hard Redskins fan and futilely hopes RG3 will help turn things around. Anthony is married to Sarah and they have two children whom he drags along with him on hikes in the massive Missouri bluff system.