This page lists continuing education opportunities that are available around the Synod of the Trinity region and neighboring areas. If you would like something added to the list, contact Mike Givler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (full schedule here)
- Recordings available: World Mission Initiative Month of Mission Series. “Jesus Christ and the ‘Dividing Wall:’ Race and God’s Mission” will help churches find resources on how to have deep conversations on race.
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Lancaster Theological Seminary (full schedule here)
Montreat Conference Center, Montreat, NC (events list here)
- Preparing Faithful Leaders
- The online Christian Leadership Program nurtures the gifts of Christian leaders to build up the ministry of the local church.
Princeton Theological Seminary (full schedule here)
- Oct. 18-29: Journey to the Mountaintop: The Conversation and Faith Development of Martin Luther King Jr. Explore King’s religious conversion experiences and stages in the development of his faith that facilitated his journey to the mountaintop.
- Oct. 18: Youth Ministry in an Era of Pandemic and Over-Parenting. In this online lecture sponsored by the Institute for Youth Ministry, Dr. Andrew Root, PhD ’06, Carrie Olson Baalson Professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary, will discuss how to turn toward story to reimagine what youth ministry can be.
- Nov. 4: What is World Christianity? In the past several decades, the center of the world’s Christian population has shifted from the global north to the global south. The world church is now more diverse than ever. What do these changes mean for our theologizing and ministries?
- Best Practices to Support End-Of-Life Care. This moderated panel discussion will provide information and insights for chaplains, clergy and religious leaders to understand how their role as a member of the interdisciplinary healthcare team can assist patients with medical decision-making and advance care planning.
- Conversations with Christian Leaders on the COVID-19 Crisis
- Being Church in the Time of COVID-19