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Reformed (Presbyterian) Leaders & Scholars

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“The Life of the Mind in the Service of God” (John Leith) defines the nature and intent of the Reformed (Presbyterian) Leaders and Scholars (RPLS) program.  Reformed (Presbyterian) Leaders and Scholars, gather to pursue the knowledge and understanding of the Reformed life of faith as it challenges and encourages them to live out their calling (vocatio) in servant leadership.

Additionally, the RPLS program offers a global educational opportunity for program participants to take part in a biennial traveling seminar to Scotland in order to study the important and critical history of the development of the Reformed faith as expressed in the Scottish Reformation that led to the establishment of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland. While RPLS students have a co-pay to participate in the Scotland trip, the experience is significantly underwritten by the Sharp Chapel Endowment. Refer to TU’s Presbyterian Connection page to learn more about TU’s Presbyterian Leaders and Scholars program.  

If you have any questions about the Presbyterian Leaders and Scholars Program and how it might complement and enrich your studies here at TU, please contact Rev. Jeff Francis at 918-631-2546 or