CALL 2018 Online Courses
CALL’s online courses are offered throughout the year and are designed so that you can participate at your own pace and at your own time.
Each course is 7 weeks, each week a separate lesson. Continuing Education Units are offered at the rate of 2 CEUs per course. Students from across The Episcopal Church and beyond join experienced online instructors in creating a classroom environment of respect and mutual learning.
- Courses are open to anyone, lay or ordained, of any denomination or none.
- Review our FAQ’s for more information about how online classes work.
- All courses are subject to cancellation should the minimum registration limit not be met.
- Contact the CALL office via email with any questions.
$220 Standard Rate
$195 Partner Rate (Includes members of AED and students from our partner local formation dioceses. For the partner discount code, please contact your diocesan formation coordinator.)
For AED members, please contact the Rev. Dcn. Catherine Costas, Membership Director
For group registrations, please have each participant register separately. If another entity will be paying the registration fee, have registrants choose Pay by Check when registering.
CALL 2018 Online Courses
This course is designed to integrate the concept and theology of mission with the challenges of congregational life and the call for creative participation in contexts that are undergoing deep and radical change. It will provide a framework for understanding organizational and family systems as they affect congregations, and offer tools to prepare people for adaptive change and leadership in the local and global neighbourhoods where God is at work.
Using an action/reflection process students will complete and discuss readings and undertake and reflect on an activity each week. Building on weekly assignments students will integrate their learnings into the form of a congregational case study.
April 9 – May 28, 2018
Instructor: Rev. Maylanne Maybee
Deacon Maybee’s experience is in education, social ministry, ecumenism, liturgy, and church administration. She recently retired as principal of the Centre for Christian Studies, a national school based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, for deacons and diaconal ministers in the Anglican and United Churches of Canada. She has worked for the Anglican Church of Canada in the areas of peace, justice, and ecology, served in inner city communities and parishes in Toronto, coordinated a cross-Canada network of faith-based practitioners of urban ministry, and taught religious education in private schools. This year she is celebrating the 40th anniversary of her ordination to the diaconate.