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SEEN Collective Performance on April 10 Tells Stories of Women of the Bible


March 30, 2022

The Trust Performing Arts Center will host SEEN Collective April 10 for an evening of storytelling through song. The performance is set for 7:30 p.m. at The Trust, 37 N. Market St., Lancaster. Tickets are available now for purchase and can be reserved at lbc.edu/events or lancastertrust.com/events. Through original music and inspiring performances led by Sight […]

Lancaster Bible College Orchestra Hosts Free Spring Concert April 10


March 29, 2022

The Lancaster Bible College Orchestra will host its spring concert at 3 p.m. April 10 in Good Shepherd Chapel on the Lancaster campus. Tickets are free and can be reserved at lbc.edu/events. Directed by Adjunct Professor Dr. Peter Kenote, the LBC Orchestra will perform Gordon Jacob’s “Old Wine in New Bottles,” comprised of four Old […]

Musical Theatre Major Delaney Bigley (’23) Is Among LBC’s Rising Stars


March 28, 2022

Lancaster Bible College is full of talented students who are using their gifts to glorify God. Junior Delaney Bigley (’23), a Musical Theatre major, certainly has the gift of song and captivates audiences with her sweet voice. This spring, Bigley was named a finalist for the National Musical Theatre Competition. Out of 24 hand-picked candidates […]

Fresh Check Day: A Spring Cleaning for the Mind


March 24, 2022

As assignments pile up, project season begins and deadlines creep closer, it’s important for college students to keep their well-being in check. Lancaster Bible College is passionate about helping its student body in all things related to mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health, which is why the college’s Health & Wellness team hosted a Wellness […]

She Came to Lancaster Bible College from Ukraine, Now Her Family Has Been Forced to Flee to Safety



At any given moment in time, typical college students have at least a short list of stressors affecting their life: the next big exam, a tough practice, constraints on time or apprehension about the future. At this moment in history, Lancaster Bible College student Dana Keller (’25) also takes the typical college worries to heart, […]

Faculty and Students Hear from Septuagint Scholar from Dallas Theological Seminary


March 21, 2022

In late February 2022, Dr. Richard A. Taylor visited Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School to spend time on the Lancaster campus with Bible & Theology faculty and PhD students to discuss the role of the Septuagint in biblical studies. Dr. Taylor served as the Director of the PhD program at Dallas […]

LBC Chamber Singers Invited to Perform at State Music Conference


March 19, 2022

The Lancaster Bible College Chamber Singers received one of the highest honors for a Pennsylvania ensemble by being invited to perform at the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) Annual In-Service Conference in April 2022. Each year, dozens of scholastic and community music ensembles submit an audition for a chance to perform at the annual PMEA […]

Education and Health & PhysEd Departments Launch Exciting, New Online Graduate Programs


March 16, 2022

Two more departments at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School have launched exciting, new online graduate programs. The latest in online offerings is part of LBC | Capital’s renewed commitment to meet even more students—either in our local communities or around the world—right where they are through online education. First, LBC | […]

Alcuin Society Hosts Informative Faculty Presentations This Semester


March 11, 2022

Throughout the spring 2022 semester at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School, the Alcuin Society hosted presentations by three faculty members who shared their insights, creative writing and research. By their nature, colleges and universities are designed with critical thinking and scholarship at the core. Therefore, LBC | Capital’s Alcuin Society serves […]