One of the greatest challenges and responsibilities we currently face as a religious tradition in the United States is one of cultivating a new generation in the Christian faith, the majority of whom, for the first time in our country’s history, often live their spiritual lives largely outside the ecology of the church and have little experience of Christian community, practice, story, or belief.
The School of Theology programs center is actively addressing this issue by developing programs to attract and equip multi-generational, more diverse adults for leadership in the Episcopal Church and in the world.
In partnership with the seminary and the college, the programs center is a training destination for those who want to found and nurture ministries and vocational discernment throughout the church. The group process culture and superb model of mentoring developed by Education for Ministry (EfM) will both be extremely important sources of wisdom for this expansion of the programs center’s ministry to the church.
In partnership with the National Disaster Interfaiths Network, The School of Theology is offering a volunteer disaster chaplain training.
Interested? If you would like to know more about the programs center offerings, please fill out the form below.