Rev. Dr. Wanda M. Lundy

– Assistant Professor of Ministry Studies
– Director of the Doctor of Ministry

Office phone: 212 -870 -1239
E-Mail: wlundy@nyts.edu

 

Religious Affiliation

  • Presbyterian

Wanda M. Lundy came to New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) as a candidate for the Doctor of Ministry after serving in pastoral and institutional ministry. She currently serves as Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program at NYTS and board member of the Association for Doctor of Ministry Education.

A graduate of Alabama A & M University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Dr. Lundy acquired several post undergraduate degrees: Master of Divinity – Johnson C. Smith Seminary at Interdenominational Theological Center; Master of Arts -Advanced Studies – Howard University School of Divinity; Doctor of Ministry-New York Theological Seminary. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Theology at Akrofi-Christaller Institute for Theology, Mission and Culture in Akropong-Akuamen, Ghana.

Lundy, an ordained Presbyterian (USA) minister has 30 years of pastoral, institutional and academic ministry experience. Her passion in this discipline lies in personal and communal transformation. It is her belief that God is a God of love and expects, requires and demands that we live as people of love. Her substantial ministerial experience includes serving as Moderator of the Presbytery of the Palisades – Presbyterian Church (USA), Moderator of the National Steering Committee for Presbyterian Multicultural Network, trainer for Congregational Transformation Team Ministry, national Co-Chair of Presbyterian Transformation and Multicultural Connection held at Columbia University and many others.

Dr. Lundy’s area of specialty is Mission Studies and personal and communal transformation. Her curriculum vitae include the following: Mentor and Research Development & Culture, Leadership and Identity in the DMin Program. Introduction to Missiology, Introduction to Congregational Transformation, Children, Go Where I Send Thee: Missions in the 21st Century and, the Going Home Journey: Civil Rights and Southern Religion – a journey that navigates students along a civil rights historical tour through North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Washington, D.C.

She is currently working on a book entitled, Creating ACTS Communities – A Way to Congregational Transformation. In it she develops a clear, thorough, engaging and thought provoking process designed to help individuals and congregations determine how to respond to the tremendous challenges and opportunities that are available in today’s religious environment.

Her travel venues include Cuba, Brazil, Israel, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal and Korea.

She is married to Curtis Lundy, a jazz musician and has with two children, Love and Luqman.

 

 

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