- M.Div., Divinity, Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary
- M.A., Counseling, Lenoir-Rhyne University
- B.A., Elementary Education, Lenoir-Rhyne University
The Rev. Todd Cutter is university pastor, director of spiritual life and director of Cornerstone Counseling at Lenoir-Rhyne. In addition to leading chapel services at LR, Cutter supports faith-based groups on campus and strengthens relationships with community churches such as St. Andrews Lutheran, a neighbor to LR.
A veteran parish minister with more than 15 years at the pulpit, Cutter has LR red and black coursing through his veins. During his undergraduate experience, Cutter served in student government and spent his last two years as the school mascot Joe Bear.
After graduating, Cutter joined the admission office as a staff member. He then followed his calling into the ministry and accepted his first call to a parish in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Cutter took a position as campus pastor at Newberry College before serving 10 years in Cincinnati, Ohio, and three years at a parish in Savannah, Georgia.