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DTS Expands to Fort Worth with Christ Chapel Bible Church Partnership

Dallas Theological Seminary and Christ Chapel Bible Church are excited to announce a new partnership which will bring DTS’s rigorous, biblical-centered seminary education to the greater Fort Worth, Texas area.

Beginning this fall, DTS will offer courses onsite at Christ Chapel for two of their most popular master’s degrees. The 36-hour Master of Biblical and Theological Studies (MBTS) is designed for business professionals, lay leaders, or those interested in personal spiritual development. This program offers a high degree of flexibility and is popular amongst working adults. The 66-hour Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL) degree is a premier leadership degree designed for a variety of ministry applications. The MACL is available to all as well as select individuals who are participating in the unique Christ Chapel Leadership Residency (CCLR) program.

Christ Chapel was founded in 1980 and is a multi-site church located in the cultural district of Fort Worth, Parker County, and Johnson County. It is among the largest churches in Tarrant County. As it continues to grow, Christ Chapel has taken steps to create more opportunities for people to receive advanced training in biblical and theological studies. “We’re excited about the opportunity of offering DTS classes to the Fort Worth community,” Dr. Cody McQueen, Christ Chapel’s lead pastor explained. “DTS has had a huge impact on my own life, and I hope that many more will be able to benefit from having first-class seminary training.”

DTS President, Dr. Mark Bailey, who also attends Christ Chapel, said, “I couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with Christ Chapel to offer biblical and theological education in Fort Worth. Their plans to serve the surrounding areas anticipate many years of fruitful ministry, and DTS is honored to be a part of it.”

Classes are scheduled to start fall of 2019 and there is still plenty of time to enroll. To learn more, visit our Fort Worth link.

Click here for more information about the residency program at CCLR.

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