Anglican Diocese of British Columbia

Intersections: A Dialogue Series is an opportunity to engage with Challenging Racist ‘British Columbia’: 150 Years and Counting (CRBC). Produced as part of the commemorations of 150 years since BC joined Canada, this open-access, multimedia resources documents how the recent cycle of anti-racist activism in this province is part of a broader history of Indigenous, Black and other …
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Foundations for Baptismal Living

Bexley Seabury Seminary

Gain an appreciation of how to “think theologically,” reflect on what we know and how we know it, engage a variety of interpretive lenses and explore ways to talk across difference. 4-week blended (synchronous and asynchronous) course 3 hours a week independent study (reading, watching, listening, and/or writing), online text-based discussion (asynchronous), final project due …
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Programs at Restoring Connections

Restoring Connections (formerly the Center for Spirituality at Work)

Currently there is no single page that lists all of their courses, however the Programs menu item lists everything, and the home page gives a quick overview.

VST Current Course Listings

Vancouver School Of Theology

Many of the courses in this list are both online and in-person. Unfortunately, there is not a simple way to list all of the online courses.  

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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Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning (Ongoing Groups)

Canadian Council of Churches (The)

The Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning is a network, maybe even a movement, not a program agency. Our primary work is connecting the many people across Canada in intercultural ministry and through the Canadian Churches. Together we support each other and learn from each other as we live into God’s vision of “Shalom,” “Beloved …
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