Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Advanced-Practice in Ministry --

Exceptional. Practical. Enduring.

advanced-practice.jpgGettysburg Seminary Offers the new six course certificate in
Advanced-Practice in Ministry 

Designed for today’s challenging ministry settings at Gettysburg Seminary
Ministry isn’t what it used to be. The 21st century church is not your father’s (or mother’s) church, and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg now offers a course of study for rostered leaders to meet the new challenges of ministry.  In a rapidly changing world, we need places to vision and to be equipped for the challenges before the church.  Gettysburg Seminary created Advanced-Practice in Ministry certificate geared toward practicing pastors and other rostered leaders ready to engage practical and theological concerns on an advanced level in this new reality.

With intentional focus on real world challenges in current contexts for ministry, participants will be able to focus critical and creative energies on advancing their ministries. The Advanced-Practice program offers collaborative work, exploration of new models for ministry, and leadership formation in a six course intensive, residential learning schedule. Courses will be offered in October and January, and participants may begin at any stage of the course cycle.

More information, applications and course descriptions are available at the Seminary’s website
www.LTSG.edu/advanced-practice . You may also contact the Director of Lifelong Learning and Certificate Programs Rev. Dr. Michelle Holley Carlson at mcarlson@ltsg.edu.  Or leave a phone message with Ms. Danielle Garber at 717.339.1322.

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