Colloquy for Clergy

 

CLERGY FACE CHALLENGES, BOTH PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL, THAT ARE UNIQUE TO THEIR CONTEXT AND VOCATIONAL TRAJECTORY. THE COLLOQUY FOR CLERGY SERIES PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY FOR REFLECTION ON PRACTICE WITH PEERS AND PEER MENTORS, FOR DISCERNMENT AND RENEWAL.

Who should attend

This application-based program is designed for clergy who are seeking to participate in a professional formative conversation, or to reflect on their vocational experience and assess their ability to meet the leadership demands/needs of their organization. Attention will be given to addressing common experiences and issues of clergy cohorts: facing either a normative or unanticipated ministry challenge, career transition, standing at a vocational crossroads of some sort, engaging in reflective self-assessment, and finding support among peers.

2018-2019 Colloquy for Clergy Dates and Applications

Application is limited for each event. Please apply early. Participants must commit to attending both sessions of the colloquy. 

Location, Fees and Housing

Location: The Harrington Center, the Center for Lifelong Learning at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA

Program Fee: $650 for both sessions. Clergy accepted into the program may apply for financial assistance for program fees after acceptance.

Housing and meals:  Housing is not included with the program fee. Rooms are available at the Center for Lifelong Learning on the campus of Columbia Theological Seminary. Accepted applicants will make reservations upon acceptance and completion of registration. Meals are included in the registration fee.

Contact: Lifelonglearning@ctsnet.edu

Upcoming Colloquy for Clergy Events

2019-’20

Colloquy for Early Call Clergy (CTS alumni)

Colloquy for Women of Color

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