Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course

The Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course is an innovative eight-day intensive course, designed for diocesan staff, clergy, lay leaders, and seminarians to gain practical knowledge and cultural competency for Latino/Hispanic ministry. All courses are conducted in English. Registration includes: Program tuition. Hotel and meals for all participants in Atlanta (nights of August 9 to 11) …
View course details “Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course”

What We Believe: Theology in the Anglican Tradition

It has become rather commonplace to suppose that Anglican Christians care mostly about liturgy and not very much about theology. That’s not true! Anglican traditions exhibit a rich and diverse history of theological reflection. Anglicans have always insisted that that how Christians think and talk about God makes a critical difference in what Christians believe. …
View course details “What We Believe: Theology in the Anglican Tradition”

Anglican Studies

Taught by Archbishop Lynne McNaughton and Rev. Dr. Iain Luke.

Ministering by Word and Example

This program engages students in theory, theology, practice, reflection, and action in ways that are useful for ministerial formation in a variety of learning contexts. This program: Explores the foundations for diaconal service in the Anglican tradition Develops capacity for Biblical and theological reflection; pastoral and social responses, especially with vulnerable people; and leadership in …
View course details “Ministering by Word and Example”


An introduction to the planning of congregational music for worship leaders and practitioners. This course will explore the connections between the liturgical year (as set by the Revised Standard Lectionary), the biblical readings and a variety of music and liturgical resources and settings. The content material will draw, primarily, on liturgical resources within the Anglican …

Devotional Poetry: John Donne, George Herbert, and Anne Bradstreet

The devotional poetry of the seventeenth century is famous for its impeccable artistry and devotional power. Expand your heart and mind as you contemplate works from three of this era’s best-loved devotional poets: John Donne, George Herbert, and Anne Bradstreet. Explore Puritan piety, spiritual conflict, and divine love through Donne’s “Holy Sonnets,” Herbert’s “The Temple,” …
View course details “Devotional Poetry: John Donne, George Herbert, and Anne Bradstreet”