Settler soul work: the discipleship of finding a way for restorative solidarity

New Leaf Network

Join the Learning Centre for a 5-week series exploring how our own stories, both ancestral and present day, offer meaningful answers to the question many settler and white people ask when thinking about addressing systemic racism; “What is the work that I am to do?” This multi-modal facilitated group experience will incorporate psychoeducation, a theology of …
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Becoming Beloved Community 2

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Becoming Beloved Community 2 builds upon the learning about systemic racism from the Becoming Beloved Community 1 course. Theological reflection will be the primary means through which we explore how to live into our identities as antiracists. We will take a deep dive into our formation as disciples and how that influences our fight to …
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Sober Spirituality

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Join the Rev. Erin Jean Warde in a 10-week discernment of how we are in relationship with alcohol. In this course, the discernment will be both interior and exterior, as you learn more about alcohol in the global and cultural context, and are given tools to look inward spiritually. You’ll explore how alcohol affects us …
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Certificate in Bilingual Ministry

Montreal Diocesan Theological College

For fluent English speakers seeking to engage with, lead, and participate comfortably and proficiently in French or bilingual ministry and spiritual care settings. The certificate in bilingual ministry attests to the recipient’s proficiency in exercising pastoral ministry in both English and French. The criteria for obtaining the Certificate in Bilingual Ministry are linguistic rather than …
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Master of Arts in Theology (Justice and Public Life) Degree Program

Princeton Theological Seminary

Master of Arts in Theology (Justice and Public Life) The Master of Arts in Theology (Justice and Public Life) is a two-year part-time graduate program designed for working professionals who wish to lead social change toward justice. Students will be introduced to the ways the Bible, history, theology, and practical theology can make a meaningful …
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