The Center for Adapative and Innovative Ministry is characterized by the work and creativity of its students, graduates, and collaborators, as it serves as a convening and training resource, an equipping and broadening platform, and a trusting and collaborative learning ecosystem for communities familiar and yet to unfold, all in service to the Church.
AIM does this work through these strategic priorities:
- Relating and forming relational infrastructure within and beyond the seminary and within and beyond the Church
- Facilitating trust through consistently excellent, holistic, embodied, formational programing
- Leveraging communal creativity on the margins of the church familiar to respond more deeply and honestly to God’s movement in the world and to bring said wisdom to faithful community life within and outside the Church