Online Calvin Symposium on Worship

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

You are warmly invited to register for the online Calvin Symposium on Worship, a free online learning experience held January 6-26, 2021, on key topics and themes in worship and the Christian life. Join with participants from around the world through online media to learn and connect together. This year’s Symposium on Worship is an experience from January 6 …
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Knee-Deep in Flotsam: Reimagining Ministry Now That Everything Has Changed

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

We are all innovators now. Only a year ago, “sustainability” and “innovation” described extracurricular activities for churches—mostly niche projects that had minimal impact on the daily work of ministry. Suddenly, in 2020, innovation is what we all do—ready or not. We are exhausted and disoriented by this newness, not just because innovation is unfamiliar to …
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Seeing and Believing: The Visual Arts in Christian Life and Ministry

Virginia Theological Seminary

“When Christians lost the power of art, they impoverished the church, they impoverished worship, and they lost one of the most powerful means of calling souls to God.” -Dana Gioia While the visual arts have served as a powerful resource for the church in past centuries, today they are often overlooked. In this course we …
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Practical Preaching in the Digital Age

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course is about how to rethink the basics of reflecting the Gospel into others’ lives. Students will gain practical skills – and a specific method – to build sermons that work from both the pulpit and the smartphone. They will also be led through the ways that Digital Ministry has impacted traditional liturgy, and …
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eFormation Cohort: Taking Your Online Ministry to the Next Level

Virginia Theological Seminary

5-week online cohort on using digital technologies more intentionally for online ministry. About this Event The eFormation learning community is offering a 5-week online 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 …
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The Spirituality of the Book of Kells

Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (The) (SSJD)

Our most frequent expression of faith employs words. In contrast, in the Middle Ages, most people’s knowledge of Scripture was oral and visual rather than written. In Celtic Christianity the creative arts stood at the centre of church activity, not at its margins. Art was an act of worship. Gospel books such as the Book …
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Preaching & Eschatology

Vancouver School Of Theology

Code: HOM/TH6/703 Dates: January 18, 2021 – April 9, 2021 on Thursdays Time: 6:00 pm for 3 Hours In modernity, talk of heaven or hell or the afterlife has hung around theology like an embarrassing elder relative—they have every right to be in the house, but no one wants to talk about them. Yet one …
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The Holy Spirit–Online

Atlantic School Of Theology

Instructor: David Deane Dates: January 13th – April 12th, 2021 Fee: $250.00 (Continuing Education participants) Format: TBD This course will offer an engagement with the Christian Theology of the Holy Spirit drawing on (i) biblical, (ii) traditional, and (iii) contemporary, perspectives. Our goal is to acquire habits and methods that can inform our thinking, preaching, …
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Designing Dynamic Liturgies

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

A Ten Week Course for Clergy and Musicians Are you a musician who is working in the Episcopal Church for the first time? Are you a vocational deacon who desires to know more about the Church’s liturgy? Have you been working in the Episcopal Church for some time but want a refresher course? Or are …
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Regent College Full Course Catalogue

Regent College

Al of their courses should be visible in this online catalogue, from all of their different educational streams. (The URL for this is for the Winter Program; for a general listing, go to