Admissions Team

Our Admissions team is ready to help you every step of the way from discerning your educational goals to starting the journey with us. 

Contact us at, (800) 393-0654 press 2 or (717) 290-8741.

Rev. Stephen Wolma Director of Admissions & Financial Aid

The Reverend Stephen J. Wolma received a Bachelor of Arts from Pepperdine University, a Juris Doctorate from Valparaiso Law School, a Master of Divinity from Calvin Theological Seminary, and currently is a candidate for a Doctor of Philosophy at Drew University.  After leaving his practice as a merger and acquisitions lawyer, Steve has served as the founding and executive pastor of City Grace Church in New York City, as a psychiatric chaplain at Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital in New Jersey, and most recently as Associate Director of Theological Admissions at Drew University. He is excited to help identify and recruit to Lancaster Seminary the next generation of ministry leaders. 

Parker Loesch Admissions Associate

Parker Loesch received a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Philosophy from Friends University and a Master of Divinity from Drew Theological School, where he worked as a student representative in the Office of Graduate Admissions. He has also served in leadership as an assistant pastor at Green Village United Methodist Church. He is excited about walking alongside those who are called and interested in receiving a theological education from Lancaster Seminary. 

Rev. Kim Kendrick Admissions Associate

Rev. Kim Kendrick earned a Master of Divinity and a Certificate in Youth and Young Adult Ministry at Lancaster Seminary. Recently Senior Pastor at Living Water United Church of Christ, she is currently the Chaplain of Bethany Children’s Home, providing pastoral care, worship leadership, and juvenile justice advocacy to high-risk youth. Pastor Kim has been a speaker at national United Church of Christ youth events and a preacher at the UCC General Synod meeting. The mother and karaoke partner of three brilliant nuggets, an 8-year-old and 2-year-old twins, she is excited to share her story as seminarian, mother, and pastor with others exploring theological education.