Our seminary is nestled in the quiet, picturesque, city of Bexley, Ohio (pop. 13,000). Primarily a residential community, Bexley has a charming Main Street, with restaurants, two coffee shops, three ice cream parlors, several banks, an arts cinema theatre, and a connection to the metropolitan bicycle trail system, all within easy walking distance of the seminary. The city is also home to one of the highest performing public school districts in Ohio.
Bexley is an inner-ring suburb of Columbus (pop. 750,000), the 15th largest city in the United States. Both Bexley and Columbus are in Franklin County (pop. 1,130,000). None of these statistics, however, convey what is most essential about Columbus, a Midwestern city with friendly people, reasonable costs of living, and a hundred points of interest that provide something to do and see.
Getting Here, Getting Around
Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) buses pass the seminary twice hourly, seven days a week and Port Columbus International Airport is three miles away. Interstate Highways 70 and 71 intersect within three miles of the campus.