Events in bold are free and open to the public. Events may require pre-registration and/or payment.

 

 

September 2019

Sept. 11-12, 2019 / Allies in Faith / Various leaders

Sept. 22-25 / O Taste and See!: The Spirituality of Food / Spiritual Formation Elective / Dan Frayer-Griggs

Sept. 23-Oct. 18 / Successful Strategic Planning and Implementation for Churches / Online Class / James Downey

Sept. 30 / Reconciliation: The New Whole in Holistic Mission - A Pastor's Workshop / Al Tizon

Sept. 30-Oct. 1 / Reconciliation: The New Whole in Holistic Mission / W. Don McClure Lectures in World Mission and Evangelism / Al Tizon

Sept. 30-Oct. 2 / Making a Space for Rest: Pastor’s Retreat at Crestfield Camp and Conference Center / Keynote by Al Tizon

October 2019

Oct. 4 / Building Trauma-Informed and Resilient Communities: Continuing the Conversation / Taunya M. Tinsley

Oct. 10 / American Religious Landscapes / Conversations and Community Series / Jim Gilchrist

Oct. 13 / Pub Talks: Practices of the Common Good / Emiola Oriola

November 2019

Nov. 5-6 / Thinking Retirement: Identity, Vocation, and Economics (THRIVE) / A Board of Pensions offering

Nov. 9 / Let's Play! Using Experimental Forms to Tell the Stories We Need to Tell / Spiritual Formation Event / Lori Jakiela

Nov. TBD / American Religious Landscapes / Conversations and Community

Nov. 18-22 / The Art of Transitional Ministry, Week 2 / Paul Rhebergen, Jan Nolting Carter, and Pam Peterson

December 2019

Dec. 6 / American Religious Landscapes / Conversations and Community

January 2020

Jan. 6-Feb. 9 / Spiritual Writing / Online Class / Jonathan Callard

Jan. 30, Feb. 27 March 26 and April 23, 2020 / Preaching a Relevant Word to a Restless People / Hybrid Class / Donna Giver-Johnston

February 2020

Feb. 7 / Backs Against The Wall: The Howard Thurman Story / Community Conversation on Race and Faith and the Kelso Lecture / Martin Doblmeier and Walter E. Fluker

Feb. TBD /  American Religious Landscapes / Conversations and Community

March 2020

March 5 / Bridging the Divide: A Conversation abut Sexuality and the Church / Justin Lee and Ray Low

March 6 / People before Issues: Pastoral Engagement with LGBTQ Members of Your Community / Justin Lee

March 8 / Pub Talks: Practices of the Common Good / Zack Block

March 9-April 3 / Collective Decision Making: Beyond Robert’s Rules / Online Class / Barbara Blodgett

March 11 / United Methodist Pastor Workshop / Amy R. Valdez Barker

March 12 / Albright-Deering Lecture in Methodist Studies / Amy R. Valdez Barker

March 13 / American Religious Landscapes / Conversations and Community / Jim Gilchrist

March 16-April 4; April 17 / A Brief Theology of Christian Prayer / Hybrid Spiritual Formation Event / Ron Cole-Turner

March 16-20 / The Art of Transitional Ministry, Week 1 / Paul Rhebergen and Jan Nolting Carter

March 27 / When the Well Runs Dry: Compassion Fatigue and the Work of Professional Caregiving / Donna M. Posluszny, Leanna Fuller, and Joanne Spence

March 29-April 1 / The Four Women Doctors: Teresa of Avila, Catherine of Siena, Thérèse of Lisieux, and Hildegard de Bingen / Spiritual Formation Elective / Sr. Kathleen Flood

April 2020

April 29 / Schaff Lectures in Youngstown, Ohio / Sarah Coakley

April 30 / Schaff Lectures / Sarah Coakley

May 2020

May 4 -June 13 / Immersion: Invitation to a Deeper Spiritual Life / Hybrid Spiritual Formation Foundational Course / Mary Lynn Callahan and BJ Woodworth

May 15-17 / The Contemplative Practice of Motherhood / Spiritual Formation Retreat / Lauren Burdette and Renée Prymus

May 31-June 3 / Religion and the Common Good / Henderson Summer Leadership Conference / Valarie Kaur

June 2020

June 1 / Henderson Lecture on Church and Ministry / Valarie Kaur

June 14-17 / All for the Glory of God: An Ignatian Retreat / Spiritual Formation Elective / Jeff Eddings

July 2020

July 19-22 / Walking in the Footsteps of Henri Nouwen / Spiritual Formation Elective / BJ Woodworth

Fall 2020

Exact dates TBD / French Monasticism Spiritual Pilgrimage: Monasteries, the City of Light, and Taizé / Mary Lynn Callahan