The Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary is piloting an online, two-year program that brings together a cohort of lifelong learners for conferences, book discussions, spiritual retreats, weekend courses, and lunchtime workshops around important themes of social justice. Intended for busy Episcopal laity and clergy who would like to gain a stronger grounding in issues of social justice today, this pilot program draws on the expertise available at EDS at Union Theological Seminary to explore issues surrounding racial justice, LGBTQ+ rights, poverty & homelessness, and the environmental crisis.
The 2022-2023 program will be centered on poverty and environmental justice. Fall 2022 includes:
Pilot program cost: $1,000 per student for one year (Scholarships are available! See below)
In its first year (2021-2022), the program had over 60 participants from around the country, including clergy, laity, and those in discernment and formation for ministry. While most of these participants are continuing on for a second year, the program is accepting a limited number of additional applications for 2022-2023. Please reach out to Sister Vee at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information by June 25th.
The Diocese of Michigan and All Saints’ Pontiac are teaming up to provide $50,000 in scholarships for whoever requests them. Registration is limited and the course is filling up fast! Click the button below to request a scholarship form.