Wild Christ, Wild Earth, Wild Self: A Nature Based Introduction to Seminary of the Wild

Ghost Ranch Conference Center

Per public health orders, only New Mexico residents or out of state visitors who have quarantined for 14 days may visit the ranch.   Wild Christ, Wild Earth, Wild Self.  An introduction to Seminary of the Wild Remember your deep belonging to the enchanted world by reconnecting with your senses, body, emotions, imagination, and Earth …
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Contemplation with Art, Poetry and Music

Episcopal House of Prayer (The)

As a seasoned spiritual director and Ignatian retreat leader, Susan is well aware of the importance of opening our hearts and creative capacities as part of our spiritual practice. An avid fan of the arts herself, Susan is well-suited to help us grow our spiritual practice through the creative arts. While on retreat, we will …
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Working Towards Right Relationship with Indigenous Peoples – Online

Pendle Hill

A Six-Part Webinar Series on the Second and Fourth Mondays of August, September and October, 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time (US & Canada) Co-sponsored by Canadian Friends Service Committee, Decolonizing Quakers, and Friends Peace Teams/Toward Right Relationship with Native Peoples. Register for the entire series – August 10th & 24th, September 14th & 28th, …
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Confronting Racism Through Preaching

Duke Divinity School (Duke University)

Racism is an ever-present problem around the world, in North America, and in the United States. Addressing its historical, contemporary, and future injury requires a credible and compelling witness of the Church. Essential to this work is preaching that confronts racism. Duke Divinity School Professors David Emmanuel Goatley, Ph.D., director of the Office of Black Church …
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eFormation Cohort: taking your online ministry to the next level – Online

Virginia Theological Seminary

5-week cohort on using digital technologies more intentionally for online ministry. About this Event The eFormation learning community is offering a 5-week cohort for those digital leaders who seek a deeper understanding of the technologies frequently used for online ministry. The weekly sessions will be 90-minutes, focused on reflection, presenting new information and then time …
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Jesus Christ and the ‘Dividing Wall’: Race and God’s Mission

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

DATES October 7, 14, 21, and 28, 2020, at 7:30 p.m (ET) VENUE Virtual Online OVERVIEW Mission matters. Race matters. Are you or your church looking for resources on how to have deep conversations on race? As our nation continues to grapple with the evil of racism, we as Christians and churches need to have a truthful conversation …
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Social (In)Justice with Pádraig Ó Tuama

Trinity Church Wall Street

In today’s world—with today’s concerns and injustices—what does it mean for a faith community to hold fast to a practice, belief, and value of social justice? During this online retreat we will look at contemporary poems and stories, biblical texts, and examples of individuals who are trying—inspired by their faith, their pain, and their hope—to …
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The Georgia O’Keeffe Immersion: Walking, Writing and Reflection in O’Keeffe’s Footsteps

Ghost Ranch Conference Center

Per public health orders, only New Mexico residents or out of state visitors who have quarantined for 14 days may visit the ranch. Spend a few days immersed in the environment that inspired Georgia O’Keeffe: walk the land she loved and painted, reflect upon the quiet beauty and record your observations in a series of …
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The Diaconate

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

  The Diaconate is an online course for deacons, deacons in formation, and those wishing to be better grounded in a sound understanding of The Sacred Order of Deacons including especially, members of local discernment committees and members of Commissions on Ministry. The course will consider the history of the Order of Deacons—what is helpful …
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CALL Church History: Anglican Identity

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

  Church History: Anglican Identity introduces learners to the history and culture of churches that call themselves Anglican or Episcopal – our origins, our evolution, our contentions and our commonalities. Particularly, we will examine Anglican approaches to the church, mission, spirituality, worship, ordained ministry, human being, ecumenism and realignment. This course will equip you with …
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