The vision for the Center for Anabaptist Studies is to equip and facilitate education and scholarship for Evangelical Seminary students, faculty, and staff, from a distinctly Anabaptist perspective. The Center will be a practical resource for the Anabaptist community and provide a bridge between the academy and local churches through seminars, workshops, and training that is consistent with Anabaptist practice and theology.
On October 30th, Evangelical Seminary is hosting a panel on the Reformation, addressing the Anabaptist, Lutheran, and Reformed perspectives. To learn more, click here!
Meet our Director
Dr. Ken Nafziger serves as the Director of the Center for Anabaptist Studies, as well as an adjunct faculty member at Evangelical Seminary.
Our advisory board is comprised of members of various Anabaptist organizations that share a common orthodox faith perspective and are supportive of the mission of the Center for Anabaptist Studies.
Steve Weaver (Lancaster Mennonite Conference)
Marcia Mylin (Lancaster Mennonite Conference)
Warren Hoffman (Brethren in Christ)
Hank Johnson (Brethren in Christ)
Belita Mitchell (Church of the Brethren)
Jessie Johnson (Alliance of Mennonite Evangelical Congregations)
Audrey Estep (Church of the Brethren)
Josiah Ludwick (Church of the Brethren)
Tom Weber (Church of the Brethren)
Mark Draper (Executive Director, Pense Center)
Rosie Walmer (Evangelical Seminary Board of Trustees)
Ken Nafziger (Director, Center for Anabaptist Studies)
Click here for the Center for Anabaptist Studies Structural Document.
Groups with which we are associated include:
- AMEC (Alliance of Mennonite Evangelical Congregations)
- BIC (Brethren in Christ)
- COB (Church of the Brethren)
- Young Center at Elizabethtown College
- Lancaster Mennonite Conference