We are pleased to announce a new Gospel Alliance between Mitchell Road Presbyterian Church and Erskine Theological Seminary. Mitchell Road is now the home for Erskine Greenville, an embedded extension site of the seminary, with an office dedicated to ministry in Greenville and in-person classes offered on weekday evenings (and Saturdays) during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Members of Mitchell Road benefit from the ability to audit any of our courses for free. Even better, members have the opportunity to take most of our classes and a receive a substantial scholarship.
Erskine Theological Seminary is an accredited, Gospel-centered, Presbyterian seminary based in South Carolina founded in 1837. Erskine’s commitments to the Bible as the inerrant Word of God and Reformed theology and it’s ecclesial and missional spirit resonate with Mitchell Road’s vision to incarnate Christ in word and deed in Greenville, throughout the Upstate, and into all the world.
Spring Semester 2021: During the Spring semester (January–April) we are offering ET 711 “Christian Ethics” with Dr. Mark Ross at Mitchell Road on Tuesday nights from 6:00–9:00 p.m. While the course has already begun for the semester, guests are welcome to visit to get a feel for taking a seminary course.
For More Information: To visit or for more information about taking classes through our Gospel Alliance, contact the Executive Director of Erskine Greenville, Seth Nelson at (757) 560-0040 or email@example.com.
Rev. seth j. nelson
Executive Director of Erksine Greenville
Rev. Seth J. Nelson (Ph.D. Cand., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is the Executive Director of Erskine Greenville, the Seminary’s embedded extension site at Mitchel Road Presbyterian Church. He is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), having previously served for ten years in two local congregations. He loves to teach and pastor (new and developing) pastors and Christian leaders, by exploring together how to facilitate the formation of Kingdom-hearted, gospel-loving disciples of Jesus Christ. His doctoral research explores how seminary faculty serve as facilitators of their student’s whole-person transformation toward maturity in Christ. Seth also serves as the Scholar in Residence for the C.S. Lewis Institute Greenville. He lives in Greenville with his wife, Heather, and their twin daughters, Lucia and Alethia.