The Rev. Dr. Wayne G. Boulton, a Presbyterian minister, has been a college professor and seminary president. His love for the Reformed tradition blossomed early. While a student at Lafayette College, he led Religious Emphasis Week and was an elder in the College Church on campus. A McCormick Seminary graduate, he spent two years with his wife, Vicki, as Frontier Interns in Bangkok, Thailand. A trained social worker, Vicki has directed an extension program for the University of Maryland University College in Annapolis, and volunteers with the American Field Service (AFS). They live in Indianapolis, Indiana.
As a religion professor at Hope College (MI), Rev. Boulton was an award-winning teacher, chaired the Higher Education Committee for the Synod of the Covenant, and taught at Synod Schools.
In 1992, he became President of the Presbyterian School of Christian Education (PSCE), a graduate school for Christian educators and now part of Union Presbyterian Seminary in Virginia. In four pastorates since then (Annapolis MD, Baltimore MD, New Vernon NJ, and Charlestown MA), educational ministry for all ages has been his central passion.
The Boulton’s have two sons. Matt is President of Christian Theological Seminary (Christian Church, Disciples of Christ) in Indianapolis. A disciple of Fred Rogers, Christopher is a communications professor at the University of Tampa (FL).