Fund for Theological Education, Inc.
2004-2005 Undergraduate Fellowships
Fund for Theological Education is one of the leading advocates
for excellence and diversity in pastoral ministry and theological
scholarship. The Fund enables gifted young people from different
racial and ethnic backgrounds within the Christian faith to
flourish as they explore and respond to God's calling in their
For students interested in exploring ordained ministry as
their life's work.
For rising juniors and seniors in college
Must be citizens of the U.S. or Canada
Minimum 3.0 GPA
For students under the age of 30
Undergraduate Fellows to be named for 2004-2005
Attendance at the 2004 FTE Summer Conference, $1,500 stipend
and additional $500 mentoring award.
March 1, 2004
Urban Pastoral Excellence (SUPE)
program, Sustaining Urban Pastoral Excellence (SUPE), is an
ecumenical endeavor that invites four-member partnerships
of urban pastoral leaders to join together in a 6-month program,
including a compensated 4-8 week "pastoral enrichment
leave." Together they study a key question that they
have identified in their urban ministry context and the development
of their spiritual
Compensation of a $1000 per week stipend will be provided
to each pastor to replace her or his salary, thereby freeing
their congregations to employ temporary pastoral leadership
during the enrichment leave, if necessary.
will be 8 cycles of study, with the first application deadline
January 2003, and with programs running through March 2007.
Further information about this program is available on our
Application forms may also be downloaded from this site: http://www.bu.edu/ccrd/supe/Applications.pdf.
If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact
EDUCATION IN THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH: A RENEWED VISION
Endowment offering $25 million to support 'pastoral excellence'
Orderly Exchange of Pastors and Priests Under
Called to Common Mission
Principles and Guidelines
Education Survey 1999
Education Centre Course for Anglican/Episcopal Seminarians,
August 2001 "Traditions of Anglican Spirituality."
of General Ordination Examinations 2001-2013