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Book Study 2013: The Rich and the Rest of Us
This study guide has been prepared to help congregations undertake a diocesanwide reading and study project in Lent, or at any time in 2013, focused on the book The Rich and the Rest of Us by Tavis Smiley and Cornel West.
This document provides guidance to clergy and congregational leadership in their use of digital/electronic technology and social media.
Education for Ministry is a four-year distance learning program which provides a basic theological education, including the old and New Testaments, church history, liturgy and theology.
Eucharistic visitors are lay people who have been trained to give the Holy Eucharist to shut-ins and other people who are unable to attend Eucharist services. Eucharistic visitors must be licensed by the diocese.
The Leadership Development Initiative (LDI) is a rigorous, hands-on, six-month learning lab that aims to develop spiritual leaders for God’s dream of a just and reconciled creation.
The LDI supports teams to develop justice projects in their local communities using leadership tools developed in the arena of community organizing.
This training is designed to increase awareness regarding sexual misconduct and abuse of power, to outline steps toward preventing abuse, to offer ways to intervene when misconduct occurs and to equip anyone in a position of parish leadership with ways of healing and rebuilding the body of Christ.