Spring and Summer 2016
Tuition: $432 per credit hour
Audit: $90 per credit hour
Technology fee: $50 per semester
Textbooks not included.
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SMCL 592 L – Preaching Institute (2 credits)
This course invites students and congregations to reinterpret the role of the sermon and the proclamation of the Good News in the gathered community. This will occur through intensive seminars, practice and reflection, and interaction with guests. Special tuition rate and more information
Location: New York City, Infinity Mennonite Church, 2522 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, New York, NY 10039
Instructors: Kirk Hanger with Addie Sanders Banks
Schedule: Saturdays, 9:00am-5:00pm, April 16, May 14, June 11, July 30
Bi-lingual: Class will be in English & Spanish
SMME 687 L – Recovering a Missional Edge in Congregations (2 credits)
We will explore how to flow with the movement of God’s Spirit creating thriving communities with a missional culture. Together we will learn from history and firsthand experience through experimenting in our context with being a community in mission. Download syllabus
Schedule: Tuesday, 6:30pm-9:30pm, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31; June 7, 14; Saturday field trip, June 4.
Location: EMU Lancaster
Instructor: Josef Berthold, DMin
CM 587 L – Global Faiths in Conversation(2 credits)
This course is designed to equip individuals and their communities to cross religious barriers toward living active reconciled lives with their neighbors. Students will explore Interreligious Engagement activities through the study of theories and theologies while encountering practitioners in faith communities other than their own. Personal transformation is a key outcome of this course. Download syllabus
Schedule: Friday & Saturday, 9:00am – 5:00pm, June 10-11 and June 24-25
Location: Conestoga Mennonite Church, Morgantown, PA
Instructor: Joseph Manickam, PhD
REBORN — Religious Imagination in Contemporary Culture (3 credits)
This course will track religious inspiration in diverse sectors of society, especially film, music and literature. Students will join instructors and guests in exploring epiphanies of truth, beauty and biblical insight in popular culture.
Schedule: Evenings and Saturdays — TBD by instructor & students
Format: Modified Directed Study with 1-4 students including shared readings and experiences.
Instructor: Steve Kriss, PhD