Organizing for Public Ministry
Church Divinity School of the Pacific
& West & Southwest Industrial Areas Foundation
January 17-22, 2021
Course Fee: $350
Taught by a team of experienced Industrial Areas Foundation community organizers, this class will cover conceptual studies and practical skill building in how to engage the public mission of the church in the world.
Learn practices for living as Church in the World, with special attention to:
• Sustainable leadership,
• Strategic thinking and acting,
• Forming collaborative relationships for action.
Taught online using presentations, small group discussions, role-play, readings, and class participation.
Open to GTU students for academic credit (contact the CDSP Registrar to enroll) and to clergy and laity for continuing education credits.
Instructors: Anna Eng, a Senior Organizer with the Industrial Areas Foundation working in California and Nevada. Ms. Eng and the other organizer instructors provide leadership training to clergy and lay leaders from all faith traditions and help them to build strong, sustainable organizations capable of educating and engaging members around their own missions and issues affecting their families and communities.
The Rev. Dr. Ruth Meyers, Dean of Academic Affairs and Hodges-Haynes Professor of Liturgics,
will be the assisting faculty member for this course.
Course Fee: $350 (for CEUs or community participation)
Registration is now closed
Course Hours: Sun: 3 to 5:30pm; Mon: 10am to 7:30pm; T, W, Th: 10am to 5pm; F: 10am to 3pm (all times Pacific Standard)
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