For almost two decades, this cooperative program with Columbia Theology Seminary (Decatur, Ga.) has offered more than 600 laypersons and pastors the opportunity to enter more deeply into the life of the Spirit.
Completion of this challenging program involves
- participation in an Immersion Experience,
- seven elective courses,
- a practicum, and
- a silent retreat.
The Immersion class and electives offer opportunities for in-depth study, prayer, and reflection with a group of like-minded journeyers.
If you have ever desired to spend serious time cultivating your spiritual life, this program may appeal to you.
Those who have earned the certificate or simply taken an individual class for personal growth have offered uniformly high praise for the instructors and overall spiritual experience.
More details are available below. If you have additional questions after reviewing these materials, please e-mail the Office of Continuing Education at ConEd@pts.edu.
Upcoming Spiritual Formation Classes at PTS
- Spiritual Formation classes are open to all interested parties.
- Enrollment in the Spiritual Formation Certificate (SFC) Program is not required to register for a class.
- Two classes taken at Columbia Theological Seminary can be applied to the certificate requirements.
- For more details about the Spiritual Formation Certificate Program or future classes, e-mail ConEd@pts.edu or call 412-924-1345.
Traditions of Christian Spirituality: An Overview / SFC Required Elective
March 7-10, 2021 / L. Roger Owens
Companions in Ignatian Discernment: Am I Called to Spiritual Leadership or DIrection? / SFC Elective
June 5, 12, 19, 26, July 10, 17, 2021, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Eastern / Carolyn J. Nickerson / Details forthcoming.
Additional Information about the Spiritual Formation Certificate Program
Spiritual Formation Certificate Program Handbook This document may answer many of your questions about the Spiritual Formation Certificate Program.
Registration Form Required for entry into the SFC Program
Housing and Meals - NO classes are being held on-campus at this time.
Classes at Columbia Theological Seminary, our partner school for this program.