Director of Presbyterian Formation, VST and Associate Professor, St. Andrew's Hall
BA (University of Winnipeg), MDiv (Emmanuel College of Victoria University in The University of Toronto), DMin (McCormick Theological Seminary at The University of Chicago)
Rev. Dr. Ross Lockhart is the Dean of St. Andrew’s Hall at The University of British
Columbia. He is the Professor of Mission Studies at The Vancouver School of
Theology where he teaches courses in missiology and practical theology. Ross is the
founding Director of The Centre for Missional Leadership at St. Andrew’s Hall. He is
author of Lessons from Laodicea: Missional Leadership in a Culture of Affluence and
Beyond Snakes and Shamrocks: St. Patrick’s Missional Leadership Lessons for Today.
Ross is a graduate of The University of Winnipeg, The University of Toronto, and McCormick Theological Seminary (Presbyterian Church USA) at The University of Chicago. Ross has a particular passion for shaping missionary disciples and “scholarly evangelists” for leadership in Christ’s Church for the sake of mending God’s creation. Ross is the author of Lessons from Laodicea: Missional Leadership in a Culture of Affluence, Gen X, Y Faith? Getting Real with God, co-editor of Three Ways of Grace – a collection of essays on the Trinity, and a frequent contributor to The Presbyterian Record as well as co-conspirator with friend Rob Fennell (Atlantic School of Theology) on the blog “Creedal and Loving It: Good Theology for Regular People”.
Ross has served congregations in the Reformed tradition from Halifax to Vancouver as well as sabbaticals with The Presbyterian Church in Ireland. He is a weekly guest preacher in local congregations and Minister in Association at St. Andrew’s/St. Stephen’s Presbyterian Church in North Vancouver.