Church, New York City
"Program & Ministries")
Church, Memphis, TN
(see "Christian Education")
TO DIOCESAN AND OTHER LOCAL TRAINING PROGRAMS
Many diocesan schools for ministry in the Episcopal
Church are open to lay and ordained alike.
A number of the local schools focus on a particular student
population, e.g. indigenous peoples. We will be posting a list
of local schools on this site in the future. See The Episcopal
Church Annual (The Red Book), by Morehouse Publishing on-line.
There is a list of diocesan schools in the (printed) Annual.
TO NOT-FOR-PROFIT AND FOR-PROFIT CHURCH-RELATED EDUCATION PROGRAMS,
INCLUDING LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
This list is the process of being developed.
Here is our initial summary of programs:
- Education for Ministry
- Disciples of Christ in Community
Baptismal Living, Lansdale, PA
Providing educational opportunities at the Center, on site, and
distance learning. Focus
on how to engage a congregation in baptismal living.
LeaderResources is a consulting and publishing organization that
helps dioceses and congregations prepare the people of God for
leadership and ministry.
for Adult Christian Education and Spirituality, Inc.
The mission of OACES, Inc. is to provide practical resources
that help people deepen their relationship with God, build their
church, and minister to their community.
Development Center, Inc.
TO THE EPISCOPAL SEMINARIES
The 11 seminaries open their doors to non-degree
now offer evening or weekend courses for non-matriculated students.
There are special programs, e.g. in spiritual direction,
open to the laity and the ordained.
Seminaries also offer convocations, conferences, workshops
and other short-term programs that are open to the public.
EPISCOPAL SCHOOLS OF THEOLOGY
A list of schools appears in the Episcopal
Church Annual (The Red Book),
from Morehouse Publishing.
FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION
THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION SUNDAY
· Letter from the Presiding Bishop about this annual celebration.
· Bulletin Insert for Theological Education Sunday 2003
OF FINANCIAL AID FOR THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION