Intentional Interim Ministry (Phase I)

Luther Seminary

The Lutheran Transitional Ministry Association (LuTMA, formerly NALIP) Basic Education curriculum is designed for clergy and lay professionals to introduce participants to the practice of intentional interim ministry. Although focusing on Lutheran theology and polity, the event is open to all lay leaders and clergy desiring or called to this special ministry in congregations during …
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Intentional Interim Ministry (Phase I)

Luther Seminary

The Lutheran Transitional Ministry Association (LuTMA, formerly NALIP) Basic Education curriculum is designed for clergy and lay professionals to introduce participants to the practice of intentional interim ministry. Although focusing on Lutheran theology and polity, the event is open to all lay leaders and clergy desiring or called to this special ministry in congregations during …
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Ministry Leadership Minor

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

The department offers seven courses, including a church and society course which fulfills the core requirement in Societal Structures in North America category. Students can take part in faculty-led research projects over the summer. Recent projects including the We offer the Ministry Leadership minor and a number of courses related to ministry studies. These are …
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Congregational and Ministry Studies

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

Whether you’ve been called to full-time ministry, or to just about anywhere else, you are an essential part of God’s church. Calvin’s CMS program will show you how to maximize your impact as an agent of renewal, no matter where you end up. Overview The congregational and ministry studies department aims to critically examine how …
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Graduate Certificate in Ministry

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Ministry receive a foundational understanding of ministry equipping them for broad service to the church. Required courses include theology or history; Bible; and two Preaching and Communications, Introduction to Caring Ministry, or other Ministry Studies courses. Ministry certificate grads may elect to later complete the Seminary‚Äôs Master of …
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