Faculty Since 2015
BA, Union University
MDiv, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
PhD, The University of St. Andrews
Taylor Worley serves as the managing director for the Center for Transformational Churches at Trinity International University and provides administrative oversight that supports the executive director and the director of the Oikonomia Network. Taylor earned a Ph.D. in theology from the University of St. Andrews with a concentration in theological aesthetics and most recently taught for seven years at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. In his roles as both a faculty member and administrator of spiritual life initiatives for students, Taylor focuses on enabling students to see how their gifts and passions can be leveraged for greater vocational impact in the kingdom of God. He comes to Trinity excited to facilitate the integration of faith, living, and learning through the strategic work of the Center for Transformational Churches. His scholarly projects center on theological explorations in the visual arts and film as well as creatively applying Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s distinctive vision for discipleship and community in the church. Taylor and his wife, Anna, are growing their three kids to love God and His church, and they enjoy exploring their new community in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of Chicago.