Wanda Lundy

Assistant Professor of World Christianity,
Director of Mentoring for Thriving in Ministry in the City (MTMC)

Wanda Lundy teaches classes in the area of World Christianity and directs the Seminary’s Eleanor Moody-Shepherd Resource Center for Women of Faith and the Mentoring for Thriving in Ministry in the City Mentoring Program (MTMC). She also teaches in the Master of Divinity program. Her research interests lie in personal and communal transformation. She is currently working on a book entitled Creating ACTS Communities – A Way to Congregational Transformation – which outlines a clear, thorough, practical, engaging and thought-provoking process designed to help individuals and congregations respond to the tremendous challenges and opportunities in today’s religious environment. She is currently engaged in research of 313+ free and enslaved African people buried in unmarked graves in the Siloam-Hope First (Old First) Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, NJ cemetery with a goal of establishing a monument to honor and remember their contributions to the story of First Presbyterian Church and Elizabeth, New Jersey. Lundy, an ordained Presbyterian (USA) minister, has 33 years of pastoral, institutional and academic ministry experience. 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.

Wanda Lundy