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Continuing Education Resources

LIFE LONG LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES www.FaithandWisdom.org
Life Long Learning Opportunities is a web ministry of the Episcopal Church USA, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and United Methodist Church. This searchable database will allow you to locate basic information about educational events and courses throughout the world.

Approved sponsors can post events on the site via the web. See "To submit information about a new event" at the bottom of the front page of the FaithandWisdom site. If you are a sponsor not currently listed, submit information at www.elca.org/dm/edopps/newedopps.asp. Upon review by the relevant denominational office, events are posted.


THE COLLEGE OF PREACHERS, WASHINGTON, D.C.

The mission of the College of Preachers is to provide outstanding continuing education to clergy and laity, of the Episcopal Church. Today the College offers 15 - 20 week-long conferences each year, and sustains a visiting faculty of approximately 30 scholars and preachers who represent the Episcopal Church, the worldwide Anglican Communion, and many other mainline denominations in North America. The College also hosts an associate faculty of seven excellent preachers representing a diversity of ministries throughout the Diocese of Washington.
www.collegeofpreachers.org

THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH CALENDAR
produced by Episcopal Life. A searchable index of conferences, lectures, short courses, seminars, etc. of interest to the wider church. You may add your own event.
www.ecusa.anglican.org/episcopal-life/calendar.html

TRINITY INSTITUTE, TRINITY CHURCH, NEW YORK
Sponsor of national teleconferences, consultations and regional seminars.
www.trinitywallstreet.org

THE ALBAN INSTITUTE, WASHINGTON, D.C.
The Alban Institute is a nonprofit, nondenominational membership organization that focuses on strengthening local congregations.  Through its publications, continuing education courses, consulting, training, and research, the Institute provides resources and services to congregations and their leaders. Key issues such as conflict management, strategic planning, transitions, and clergy and lay leadership training and development are among the areas of focus.
www.alban.org

THE CENTER FOR ANGLICAN LEARNING AND LIFE (CALL), BERKELEY
Launched in 1995, the Center for Anglican Learning and Life is a program of the Church Divinity School of the Pacific, Berkeley, CA.  Through CALL, CDSP has forged an educational partnership with the wider Church, offering programs such as online courses and weekend seminars that address the issues which are most critical to the ministries of both ordained and lay persons.
http://cdsp.edu/call.html

THE CENTER FOR LIFETIME THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION, VTS, ALEXANDRIA, VA
Offer many courses and seminars for clergy and lay leaders. These events are set both on the campus and at other centers around the country. We draw upon our own faculty and upon teachers and trainers from a wide variety of institutions and training organizations. Please consult our current and upcoming offerings to find what will suit your needs for continuing your lifetime theological education.
http://www.vts.edu/coned/index.htm

AUBURN SEMINARY, NEW YORK CITY
Auburn sponsors programs about complex issues in religious traditions and contemporary life, gathers critical intelligence about religion and education in society, and encourages thoughtful conversation across the divisive boundaries of faith, race, class and gender.  The seminary provides lifelong learning for lay leaders and clergy.
www.auburnsem.org

CENTER OF CONTINUING EDUCATION, PRINCETON, NJ
Located on the campus of Princeton Theological Seminary, the Center offers ministers and lay people opportunities to participate in ongoing theological inquiry to increase their effectiveness for ministry. Events are scheduled throughout the year in a variety of formats, from one day to one week.
www.ptsem.edu

ST GEORGE'S HOUSE, WINDSOR CASTLE, ENGLAND
In-service courses for members of the clergy were part of the founding vision for St. George's House. Ever since the first group came to Windsor in 1966, the House has given serving members of the clergy the opportunity to reflect on the role of the church - and of their own ministry - in a changing world.
http://www.stgeorgeshouse.org/ (see "Clergy Courses")

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