Students immerse themselves in an intensive course of study in the areas of Anglican liturgy, theology, history, and the Anglican tradition. Course syllabi and book lists will be sent to registrants in advance to complete most readings for these courses prior to arrival on campus in July.
CEU students may register for:
Low-residency Certificate of Anglican Studies (CAS) students will be given preference for participatory activities such as worship leadership and group presentations. Learn more about CDSP's CAS program here.
Contact the CALL office with specific questions at 510-204-0704.
Accommodations are not included in the course fees. Please contact Easton Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-204-0732) for more information about housing on campus, or request a reservation here.
Rates:Gibbs: $45/nightParsons: $35/nightAdditional occupant: +$10/night
All rooms are dorm-style with shared bathroom, towel and linen service twice per week, free wi-fi, and on-site laundry. Bookings are made in the order received while availability lasts. Priority is given to couples for the double rooms in Gibbs.
Meals:Lunch is provided during Anglican Immersion for an additional fee. Please select the lunch fee when registering.
An introduction to the theory, approaches and methods of practical theology, including critical reflection on and examination of case studies. During the second week, students will have the opportunity to present and discuss cases based on their own ministry context. Pre-course readings, discussion, role-play, case studies.
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An introduction to a variety of multi-disciplinary tools for leadership in ministry. Through shared learning and case studies, together with theological reflection on our own practices, we will develop the courage and imagination needed for leadership. Pre-course readings, lecture, discussion, case studies.
This course is a practicum for students preparing for ordination which will allow them to experience the process of preparation, performance and reflection on liturgical presiding at the rites of Eucharist, Initiation, Marriage, Anointing, Reconciliation and Funerals. Evaluation will be based on each student's participation in classroom liturgies in roles of assisting, presiding, and peer evaluation. Intended audience: MDiv students, others preparing for ordained leadership, primarily in Anglican churches.
This is a practical course for students beginning their preparation in liturgical leadership. The course will walk students through the office of evening prayer and the Eucharistic liturgy from the perspective of different liturgical roles, attending to issues in public speaking, ritual movement, choices and uses of liturgical music, and comprehension of the shape of the liturgy. Because this is a workshop course, active participation in the class and in the assigned liturgical roles in class form the basis for evaluation. The intended audience is students preparing for liturgical leadership in Anglican churches.
This is an intensive introduction to Anglicanism. The focus of this course is on the development of Anglicanism from the English Reformation to the early twenty-first century. Format: Lecture and group work.
Track 1, which includes Introduction to Practical Theology, Fundamentals of Worship, and The Anglican Tradition.
Track 2, which includes Leadership in Ministry, Liturgical Leadership, and The Anglican Tradition.
Track 3, which includes Fundamentals of Worship, Liturgical Leadership, and The Anglican Tradition.
Select this fee to participate in the daily lunch offered in Denniston Commons on weekdays for the duration of the program. Please contact the CALL Office (email@example.com) if you have special dietary needs.
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