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2015 January Intersession Organizing for Public Ministry Offered in collaboration with the Industrial Areas Foundation in Northern California January 18-23, 2015  
On-Campus Forums at CDSP provide opportunities to invite the public to campus and learn from scholars, ministers, and specialists.On-Campus Forums are listed in the CDSP Events Calendar.  They often are scheduled as part of Community Nights at CDSP.
CALL’s online courses are offered throughout the year and are designed so that you can participate at your own pace and at your own time.
CDSP offers online graduate courses for credit each semester. If you are not currently a student at CDSP or one of the other seminaries in the Graduate Theological Union, you must be admitted to CDSP as an online student to register for an online class. This requirement includes students at seminaries outside the GTU who wish to transfer credit to another school. To receive an application form as an online student, contact the CDSP admissions office.
November 2011 Johannas Jordan ’90 was ordained Deacon on May 17 at St. James in Hibbing, NM, by the Rt. Rev. Brian Prior ’97, Diocese of Minnesota. Johannas has been serving at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in Bemidji, MN. Alanna Mary Ryan-Van Antwerpen ’08 was ordained Priest on January 6, at Church of the Good Shepherd in Nashua, New Hampshire by the Rt. Rev. Gene Robinson. Alanna continues to serve as Curate for Good Shepherd Church.
Medical / Health InsuranceCDSP, through the Graduate Theological Union, sponsors a medical / health insurance plan designed to provide students with complete medical coverage at a very reasonable cost.  The plan is with Kaiser Permanente.
Because CDSP is a small but well-resourced community, students (and spartners) are free to start, renew, experiment and try-out almost any kind of group or initiative. We have some long-standing student groups, some with institutional ties to the larger church and some stand-alone initiatives. Episcopal Relief & Development The student fundraising affiliate of the worldwide relief agency of the Episcopal Church. Provides money and resources in times of emergency or disaster. Representatives: Hannah Cornthwaite and Anne Clark

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