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Past Events

Continuing Education at Princeton Seminary hosts more than 90 educational events every year. A complete archive of previous years is being prepared. Below is information about some of our most recent events.

2014

March 11, 18, & 25; April 1 & 8, 2014: Lenten Bible Study

This series of five weekly Lenten Bible studies will focus on the six Sunday Old Testament texts from the Revised Common Lectionary.  Professor Dennis Olson will lead.  For more information, please click here.

April 22-25, 2014: Sabbath Rest: A Time for Reflection and Renewal

Sabbath Rest is a retreat for pastors who have been in ministry for 7 – 10 years. Come reflect on the meaning and purpose of your life and calling. For more information and to register, please click here.

April 29-May 2, 2014: The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry

The theme for the 2014 Princeton Forum is “Testimony”. For more information on this year's Forum, please click here.

May 2-4, 2014: The Certificate in Youth and Theology Opening Retreat

The Certificate in Youth and Theology program is designed for practitioners who want to extend their ministry and their credentials with further education about adolescent culture, Biblical theology, and healthy practices of youth ministry. Click here to learn more about the Certificate Program.

May 13-16, 2014: Transition into Ministry (May Intensive)

This course focuses on knowledge and skills that are critical in moving from the Seminary to a first call in pastoral ministry and leadership in a congregation. It is intended for P.T.S. graduating seniors. Topics covered include financial matters (personal and congregational), worship leadership, interviewing, the pastor as contextual theologian, and more. For more information, please click here.

May 15-16, 2014: Urban Ministry

The Urban Ministry Conference is a gathering of pastors and congregational leaders engaged in urban ministry, or discerning their vocation to urban ministry. For more information and to register, please click here.

March 6, 2014: 2nd African Women Extraordinaire: Church, Health and Women’s Development

Planned in conjunction with the students of the “Women in African Christianity” course at Princeton Seminary, this program invites all participants to consider the significant and varied roles women have played in sub-Saharan Christianity since the 5th century.  For more information and to register, please click here.

March 10-15, 2014: The Art of Transitional and Interim Ministry (New York City)

The Synod of the Northeast (PCUSA) and the Office of Continuing Education at Princeton Theological Seminary is pleased to offer Weeks One and Two of Transitional and Interim Ministry Education. This event provides unique instruction, combining conceptual and theoretical paradigms with practical applications in order to equip leaders in their support of congregations in transition. For more information, please click here.

March 11, 18, & 25; April 1 & 8, 2014: Lenten Bible Study

This series of five weekly Lenten Bible studies will focus on the six Sunday Old Testament texts from the Revised Common Lectionary.  Professor Dennis Olson will lead.  For more information, please click here.

March 12-15, 2014: Discerning Missional Leadership: A Potential for New Planters Assessment

Discerning Missional Leadership: A Potential New Planters Assessment offers an in depth series of assessment tools and on site experiences over a four day period designed to identify appropriate leadership for starting new churches. This program is for people who have completed Starting New Worshipping Communities (See November 12 – 15, 2013) and have discerned that they wish to pursue developing a new ministry or others who have attended similar programs and have been endorsed by their judicatories to attend. For more information, please click here Registration is closed for this event.  

March 22, 2014: Thou Shalt Not Fear the Offering Plate: The practical, emotional & spiritual dimensions of fundraising

Choose to join us in a large group presentation on Generosity and/or a small group workshop on Fundraising Skills Development. Led by Chris Kopka, Vice President for Outreach and Strategic Development for brightpeak financial, a division of Thrivent Financial. For more information and to register, please click here.

2013

January 7-18, 2013: Transition in to Ministry (Jan Term)

This course is designed for Master of Divinity seniors. Perhaps one of the greater transitions a pastor faces is the transition from theological student to parish leader. The core of the material will be grounded in the successful Interim / Transitional Ministry curriculum, which includes topics such as understanding conflict management, discerning directions in congregational change, and drawing appropriate boundaries. This course involves full participation in and reflection upon the how to handle the identity as a pastor (associate pastor, etc.) in a parish environment. Students are expected to participate fully in the conference, including advance reading and a follow-up reflection paper. The course will introduce MDiv seniors to a trusted network of peers for the sharing of resources and support for parish ministry. Please contact Continuing Education for application process.

January 12, 2013: Equipping the Saints: Officer Training and Leadership Training

A day of education and training for church officers (elders, deacons, etc.), Christian educators, ministers, and volunteers. Please click here for more information. For the Spanish Track, Equipando a los Santos: Día de Entrenamiento para Líderes, click here.

January 24-26, 2013: 5th Annual Institute for Multicultural Ministry

Many come to pray: Ethnic, Religious, Social, and Cultural Diversity in Ministry – seeks to provide clergy and lay leaders with a theological and ethical framework for doing multicultural ministry. Through multiple plenary sessions, small group discussions, and elective workshops, the Institute will provide clergy and lay leaders with ecumenical, cultural, social, and ethical tools for dialogue over issues and concerns.  Please click here for more information.

January 25, 2013: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, Almost President: The Men Who Lost the Race but Changed the Nation, by Scott Farris (Lyons Press, 2011). Please click here for more information.

January 26, 2013: Saturdays@Princeton

This event will tie-in with the Institute of Multicultural Ministry.

January 26-28, 2013: IYM Capstone Retreat (Off-site)

January 28-31, 2013: IYM Off Campus Forum (Epworth-by-the-Sea, St. Simon's Island, GA)

Engaging, reflective, and theologically substantive, the Princeton Forums on Youth Ministry are an uncommon mix of practical and theological exploration of ministry with young people. The theme for the 2013 Forums is “Follow Me.” Join with expert practitioners and theologians to explore adolescence and the path to lifelong discipleship. Join us at one of two locations in 2013. Experience renewed energy for ministry as you build vocational friendships, stretch your imagination, and give Sabbath to your soul. Please click here for more information.

March 4-8, 2013: Interim and Transitional Ministry (In New York City)

In partnership with the Synod of the Northeast (PCUSA), Princeton Theological Seminary is pleased to offer Weeks One and Two concurrently in New York City. For more information, please click here.

March 18, 2013: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, Ataruk: Lessons in Leadership From the Greatest General of the Ottoman Empire, by Austin Bay (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011). Please click here for more information.

March and April 2013: Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies (ABATS)

This course takes from the historic vision of the Church as a learning community, by providing basic tools for strategic planning of educational programs and experiences for the local church and for interest groups. For more information and to register, please click here.

September 23-26, 2013: Pastoral Care and Social Leadership Training

A partnership program between Volunteers of America (VOA) and the School of Christian Vocation and Mission to provide a space for biblical, theological and pastoral care reflection as a way to cultivate a learning environment for challenging theological reflection and relevant social engagement. For more information and to register, please click here.

September 24, 2013: Herencia Lectures

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage month, join the Seminary community in celebration of the contributions that Latino/a Americans have made to Princeton Seminary, the church, and the world. For more information, please click here.

September 30, 2013: Affordable Health Care Act Training

Are members of your congregation seeking help with the enrollment process of the Affordable Health Care Act? Darrell Armstrong, Pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, Trenton, NJ has organized this Affordable Health Care Act training session for area pastors. Tanya Pagan-Raggio, MD, the regional lead for HRSA will facilitate the training. Pastors and church leaders are invited to attend. There is no charge for this training. To attend, please email us at coned@ptsem.edu. Questions? You may call Pastor Armstrong at 609-240-1234 (mobile).

October 14-18: The Art of Transitional and Interim Ministry - Weeks I and 2 (Princeton)

In partnership with the Synod of the Northeast (PCUSA), the School of Christian Vocation and Mission at Princeton Theological Seminary is pleased to offer Weeks One and Two concurrently in Princeton. For more information and to register, please click here.

October 19, 2013: Youth Ministry in Small Churches

Youth Ministry in Small Churches is a day-long seminar that will provide theological insight and practical tips for overcoming the challenges of youth ministry in a smaller church. For more information and to register, click here.

December 3, 10, & 17, 2013: Advent Bible Study

The high seasons of liturgical Calendar for Christmas has an intentional season of preparation called Advent. This program supports a seasonal discipline of study with a seminary professor or doctoral student. Please click here for more information and to register.

December 5-6, 2013: Recovering Advent

Maintaining a regular and growing spiritual practice remains at the center of healthy service in the church during Advent. Despite its centrality, our busy schedules frequently squeeze out substantive spiritual practice from our daily routines.  This is an overnight retreat to  allow participants to enter the Advent season consciously and prayerfully.  Please click here for more information and to register.

December 9-11, 2013: Moderator's 2nd Colloquium on Ecclesiology

PC(USA) Moderator Neal Presa’s 2nd Colloquium on Ecclesiology is a three-day consultation that brings together pastors, professors, mid-council executives, students, the Seminary community, area churches, and the church at-large to consider a liturgical, missional ecclesiology as the central and core identities of who and what the Church is and does. As the PC(USA) lives into a more missional polity, this initiative seeks to enable conversations around missional communities that are liturgically grounded, shaped, and sent. This event is open to the public, and will also be Web-streamed. To register, please click here.

December 11-13, 2013: Moderator's 2nd "Unity with Difference" Gathering with PC(USA) Moderator, Neal Presa

“Unity with Difference” is a three-day conversation on the nature of confessions and confessional authority in the Reformed traditions, generally, and how the various perspectives and approaches relate to current discernment discussions on marriage. The conversations seek to articulate theologically-grounded language for engaging one another with our differences, united in Jesus Christ, grounded in our common baptismal identity, calling, and faith. The General Assembly Moderator and Vice Moderator will serve as co-conveners/hosts for the conversation. This event is open to the public, and will also be Web-streamed. To register, please click here.

 

2012

January 2-20, 2012: Transition into Ministry

This course focuses on knowledge and skills that are critical in moving from Seminary to a first call in pastoral ministry or leadership in a congregation.

January 9, 2012: Leveraging the Strengths of Small Churches

Join us for this one-day seminar with Brandon O'Brien, author of The Strategically Small Church: Intimate, Nimble, Authentic, and Effective. Please click here for more information or to register.

January 10, 2012: Leveraging the Strengths of Small Churches [Off-Campus in Stony Point, NY]

Join us for this one-day seminar with Brandon O'Brien, offered off-campus and underwritten by the Marlboro (NY) Presbyterian Church Seminar in Small Church Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary and the Hudson Valley Presbytery. Please click here for more information or to register.

January 21, 2012: Saturdays@Princeton: Equipping the Saints-Leadership Training Day

Designed for continuing basic and advanced training for church officers (elders, deacons and ministers). Please click here for more information.

January 21, 2012: Equipando a los Santos: Entrenamiento de Oficiales y Líderes

Diseñado para entrenamiento básico y avanzado para oficiales y líderes de Iglesias (presbíteros gobernantes y docentes, y diáconos/isas). Para más información, haga clic aquí.

January 23-25, 2012: Science for Ministry (Wolfhart Pannenberg: Systematic Theology in a Scientific Age)

January 26, 2012: Science for Ministry (Science as a Challenge and Resource for Theological Ethics)

January 27, 2012: Science for Ministry (A Brief History of Science and the Church)

January 23, 2012: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, The Help, by Kathryn Stockett (Berkeley Trade, 2011). Please click here for more information.

January 30, 2012: Approaching the Unapproachable Text: Apocalypticism in Daniel and Intimacy in the Song of Songs

Participants will be guided through a Bible study of texts in Daniel and the Song of Songs. Please click here for more information.

February 18, 25, March 3-24, 2012: Hispanic Leadership Program Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies-Introduction to the Bible

Saturdays at Princeton Theological Seminary, weeknights off-site. This program is planned for those interested in developing their biblical and theological expertise, and those who wish to fulfill requirements for commissioned lay pastors and commissioned pastors. Please click here for more information.

February 10-11, 2012: The Body of the Living Christ: The Patristic Doctrine of the Church

A two-day symposium that will examine the doctrine of the Church in various patristic and modern theologians: St. Irenaeus of Lyon, St. John Chrysostom, St. Augustine, St. Maximus the Confessor, and others. Co-organized with the Fr. Georges Florovsky Orthodox Christian Theological Society of Princeton University. The first 100 participants to register receive a significant discount. More information here.

February 16-18, 2012: Institute for Multicultural Ministry

Participants will hear about and learn best practices of theological, ethical, social and pastoral frameworks for engaging multicultural ministry as Christian leaders and clergy. Please click here for more information.

February 20, 2012: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, A Sense of Being Called, by Richard Stoll Armstrong (Cascade Books, 2011). Please click here for more information.

February 28-March 27, 2012: Lenten Bible Study

This will be a series of presentations on the interpretations of Job in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, in Lenten homilies, liturgies, literature, visual arts (lots of art!), and music (from Renaissance compositions to punk rock and hip-hop). Please click here for more information.

March 5-7, 2012: Science for Ministry three-day elective (The Challenge of Human Evolution)

Please click here for more information.

March 8, 2012: Science for Ministry one-day elective (The Evolution of Human Morality)

Please click here for more information.

March 9, 2012: A one-day seminar sponsored by the Princeton Monthly Conversation series

African Women Extraordinaire: Lectures and Conversation with Christian Leaders featuring African theologian, Dr. Mercy Oduyoye. Please click here for more information.

March 12-16, 2012: Interim and Transitional Ministry [in New York City]

With the Synod of the Northeast, Princeton Theological Seminary is pleased to offer Week One of Interim and Transitional Ministry in New York City. Please click here for more information.

March 19, 2012: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World, by Jack Weatherford (Penguin Press, 2005). Please click here for more information.

March 10 & 17, 2012: Academia de Estudios Bíblicos y Teológicos – Introducción a la Biblia (marzo y abril)

en Nueva York - el 10, 17, 24 de marzo y el 14, 21 de abril
en West Nueva York - el 17, 24, 31 de marzo y el 14, 21 de abril
en Princeton comenzando próximamente

De esta manera relanzamos el Certificado General en Estudios Bíblicos y Teológicos de los Programas de Liderazgo Hispano/Latino. El programa será los sábados detallados en la matrícula para al curso. El curso de Introducción a la Biblia busca proveer instrumentos para líderes laicos interesados en mejorar su acercamiento interpretativo a las Sagradas Escrituras. Aunque es un curso parte del Certificado General, aquellos interesados pueden tomar el curso sin optar por el certificado. Instructora: Rvda. Ruth-Aimée Belonni-Rosario, Directora Asociada de Admisiones, Seminario Teológico de Princeton Información sobre inscripción próximamente. Para más información, haga clic aquí.

April 16, 2012: Princeton Monthly Conversation

This Princeton Monthly conversation is on Thriving Youth Ministry in Small Churches. For more information, please click here.

April 16, 2012: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, A Secret Gift; How One Man's Kindness-- and a Trove of Letters-- Revealed the Hidden History of the Great Depression, by Ted Gup (Penguin Press, 2010). Please click here for more information.

April 26-27, 2012: Instituto de Liderazgo Latino

Estaremos celebrando un gran encuentro de la pastoral y el laicado hispano/latino en Congreguémonos 2012: Eclesiología Esperanzadora.  Para más información y matrícula, visítenos a Congreguémonos o escríbenos a hlp@ptsem.edu.

April 28, 2012: Congreguémonos

Eclesiología Esperanzadora: Celebrando 100 Años de Ministerio Latino en el Noreste.  Para obtener más información, haga clic aquí.

May 6-7, 2012: Leadership and Spirituality - The Fully-Present Leader

Wake up your deepest spiritual connection to your professional life with this lively and inspiring two-day session on "The Fully-Present Leader." Please click here for more information.

May 7-11, 2012: Transitions into Ministry, "First Call"

This course is designed for Master of Divinity Seniors and for pastors in their first year of ministry in a congregation.

May 14, 2012: Princeton Monthly Conversation

May 14, 2012: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, Theology for a Troubled Believer: An Introduction to the Christian Faith, by Diogenes Allen (Westminster John Knox Press, 2010). Please click here for more information.

June 4-6, 2012: Science for Ministry three-day elective (Creation in Science and Scripture)

Please click here for more information.

June 6, 2012: Science for Ministry Public Lecture

Please click here for more information.

June 7, 2012: Science for Ministry one-day elective (Christian Education in a Scientific Age)

Please click here for more information.

June 8, 2012: Science for Ministry one-day elective (The Problem of Suffering in Science and Theology)

Please click here for more information.

June 11-13, 2012: Strategic Planning

This course will equip church leaders with the understanding of the significance of Strategic Planning in congregations. Strategic Planning is an intentional process by which congregational leaders identify future priorities for their congregation based on its mission and take the steps necessary to implement those priorities into the life of the congregation. This course will guide leaders to necessary conversations with members to lead to faithful mission and ministry within their context. For more information, please click here.

June 14-15, 2012: Conflict Management

It is estimated that as many as 50% of congregations are engaged in conflict. Because the life, health, and ministry of a congregation is important, conflict among its members and in its staff is certain to happen. The best way to address the conflict is through an awareness that it needs to be managed and most likely cannot always be resolved. This course will empower church leaders to an awareness of their conflict management style and ways to manage conflict within their staff and congregations in ways that encourage positive change and do not stifle the innocent. Please click here for more information.

June 14-15, 2012: A Discussion on the Future of The Church (Ecclesiology)

This course will provide both projections about the future church and about the current paths to that future. Participants are invited into a discussion to envision a way how they might contribute and make an impact on the future of the church. This course will be a “participatory learning environment”, where each has an opportunity to relate the material and newer insights in relationship to their ministry context. There will be lectures, interactive seminars, and a panel discussion. Please click here for more information.

June 23, 2012: Hispanic Theological Initiative Book Prize and Lecture

This lecture and award highlights a significant contribution of Latino/a scholarship in the life of the church. Please click here for more information.

June 2 - 30, 2012: Academia de Estudios Bíblicos y Teológicos: Introducción al Cuidado Pastoral

Un curso de concientización básica sobre los múltiples ministerios de cuidado pastoral para el liderato laico. Este curso considerará, además, los asuntos sociales, económicos y éticos en juego en estos ministerios. Para más información, haga clic aquí.

July 9, 2012: Princeton Monthly Conversation

July 22-27, 2012: Institute of Theology - The Many Faces of Paul

Join us for The Institute of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary's original continuing education program, begun in the summer of 1942. This year's theme will be the "Many Faces of Paul." Please click here for more information.

July 22-27, 2012: Engle Institute of Preaching

As part of our Bicentennial Celebration, Princeton Theological Seminary is pleased to announce the Tenth Annual Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching, scheduled for July 22-27, 2012.  The 2012 Institute of Preaching will focus on the preaching and teaching of the Apostle Paul. Please click here for more information.

August 29, 2012: Faith and Politics Webinar: A Biblical Examination

This webinar will be led by Rev. Dr. Luke Torian and focuses on faith and politics in the public square.

September & October 2012: Academy Of Biblical and Theological Studies - History of Christian Thought

The Academy Of Biblical and Theological Studies (ABATS) is for church leaders seeking seriously in their biblical and theological development and also those it may also fulfill the educational requirements for Commissioned lay Pastors/Commission Pastors in some denominations. It is also open to ordained deacons who seek to pursue the possibility of serving as an elder and thus meeting the educational requirements of the denomination.

September 17, 2012: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, The Genesis of Science: How the Christian Middle Ages Launched the Scientific Revolution, by James Hannam (Regnery Publishing, 2011). Please click here for more information.

September 27-29, 2012: 3rd Annual Institute for Faith and Public Life

This Institute will focus on Faith and Politics in the Public Square. Please click here for more information.

October 8-12, 2012: Interim Ministry Week One

Participants will leave with a better understanding of how to assist congregations in transition. This course is designed to provide the basic skills for ministers who have just begun their interim ministry. It is also an introduction to interim ministry for ministers contemplating this form of service as a future calling. Supported as a ministry of the Synod of the Northeast. In Week One, participants will explore the unique dynamics of congregations in transition, the work of the intentional interim pastor as leader in transition time, biblical foundations for interim ministry, and judicatory relationships. Those attending should be ordained ministers or individuals with judicatory responsibilities related to interim ministry. Please click here for more information.

October 8-12, 2012: Interim Ministry Week Two

Participants will leave with a better understanding of how to assist congregations in transition. This course is designed to provide the basic skills for ministers who have just begun their interim ministry. It is also an introduction to interim ministry for ministers contemplating this form of service as a future calling. Supported as a ministry of the Synod of the Northeast. In Week Two advanced program is meant to broaden and build upon the skills acquired and practiced after Week One. Participants will engage in group reflection and learning grounded in the specific practice of interim ministry. Please click here for more information. Please click here for more information.

October 11, 2012: King James/Reina-Valera bibles dialogue (with President Iain Torrance participating) (Postponed)

This program will offer a discussion about the common history and contrasting contexts of the Spanish translation of the Bible by Casiodoro de Reina (1569, later revised by Cipriano de Varela in 1602), and the King James Bible (published in 1611), and there continuing influence in American and Latin American Christianity today. (In English) Please click here for more information.

October 13, 2012: King James/Reina-Valera bibles dialogue (Off-Campus in New York City) (Postponed)

This program will offer a discussion about the common history and contrasting contexts of the Spanish translation of the Bible by Casiodoro de Reina (1569, later revised by Cipriano de Varela in 1602), and the King James Bible (published in 1611), and there continuing influence in American and Latin American Christianity today. (In Spanish) Please click here for more information.

October 13, 2012: Equipping the Saints - Leadership Training Day

A day of education and training for church officers (elders, deacons, etc.), Christian educators, ministers, and volunteers. This nuts and bolts program will offer practical tools and training for doing congregational ministry. Please click here for more information.

October 15, 2012: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, The Johnston Flood, by David McCullough (Simon & Schuster, 1987). Please click here for more information.

September & October 2012: Academy Of Biblical and Theological Studies - History of Christian Thought

The Academy Of Biblical and Theological Studies (ABATS) is for church leaders seeking seriously in their biblical and theological development and also those it may also fulfill the educational requirements for Commissioned lay Pastors/Commission Pastors in some denominations. It is also open to ordained deacons who seek to pursue the possibility of serving as an elder and thus meeting the educational requirements of the denomination.

November & December 2012: Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies - Presbyterian Polity

This course of study will consider the basic elements of Presbyterian governance, mission, and connectional life.

POSTPONED DUE TO HURRICANE SANDY November 2, 2012: Small Church Leadership: Looking at Smaller Churches with Fresh Eyes

Participants will leave better equipped to guide smaller churches toward being more faithful and effective. Please click here for more information.

POSTPONED DUE TO HURRICANE SANDY November 3, 2012: Youth Ministry in Small Churches

This day-long seminar will provide theological insight and practical tips for overcoming the challenges of youth ministry in a smaller church (defined as 150 or less in weekly worship). Please click here for more information.

November 13-16, 2012: Instituto de Predicación Engle 2012 / Engle Institute of Preaching in Spanish (Off-Campus in Puerto Rico)

Como parte de sus celebraciones del bicentenario, el Seminario Teológico de Princeton, en colaboración con la Universidad de Interamericana de Puerto Rico en su centario, se complace en anunciar el 1er Instituto de Predicación Joe R. Engle en español. Para obtener más información, haga clic aquí.

November 19, 2012: The Princeton Symposium

This event is a discussion of the book, The Zookeeper's Wife: A War Story, by Diane Ackerman (W.W. Norton & Company, 2008). Please click here for more information.

December 2 & 9, 2012: Advent Webinar for Congregations

Join us for this Advent for biblical and theological reflection on the birth of Jesus Christ. Please click here for more information.

December 5, 12, & 19, 2012: Advent Bible Study

The high seasons of liturgical Calendar for Christmas has an intentional season of preparation called Advent. This program supports a seasonal discipline of study with a seminary professor. Please click here for more information.

December 6-7, 2012: Recovering Advent

Maintaining a regular and growing spiritual practice remains at the center of healthy service in the church during Advent. Despite its centrality, our busy schedules frequently squeeze out substantive spiritual practice from our daily routines. This one day program is for clergy and lay leaders to review the significance of adopting healthy spiritual practices including: Centering Prayer, Guided Meditation, Spiritual Readings, and a Labyrinth. The theology of spiritual practices will also be taught as well as experiential learning opportunities with a time for reflection. Please click here for more information.