Bishop Ward and Elaine Heath from Duke Divinity School share the details about the 2018 Convocation and Pastors’ School in October.
Dean Elaine Heath, of Duke Divinity School, has announced the appointment of Edgardo Colón-Emeric as the faculty director of the Center for Reconciliation (CFR), effective July 1, 2018. Colón-Emeric, assistant professor of Christian theology at Duke Divinity School, is originally from Puerto Rico and was the first Latino to be ordained as an elder in the North Carolina Conference of… Continue Reading→
In January, 39 students in Guatemala received a Certificate in Methodist Pastoral Ministry through a Duke Divinity School program that began there in August 2014. The program, which consisted of three-day intensive sessions each January and August, was launched with the support of the General Board of Global Ministries, the General Board of Higher Education… Continue Reading→
Duke Divinity School offers ministry professionals a time to immerse themselves in learning and renewal through self-directed study, worship, and prayer on the Duke University campus. This flexible program is designed for Christian institutional leaders, pastors, program staff, and laity in lengths of 5 or 7 days. You select the study topic. Duke will provide… Continue Reading→
Do you feel called to work for the health and wellness of your community? Does your church have health ministries in place, but long to do more? Does your church want to work with other congregations and organizations to develop theologically-based wellness programs in your community? The Reimagining Health Collaborative invites churches and Christian communities… Continue Reading→
Lectures, worship, seminars and conversation with Christian leaders of all traditions…experience them all during the 2016 Convocation & Pastors’ School, Oct. 10-11 at Duke Divinity School. This year’s event — Who Needs Theology?: Inside and Outside the Church – will draw on the perspectives of leaders in science, medicine, business, and the church as we… Continue Reading→
Responsible Outreach: The Church in Mission Friday, February 20, 7:00pm-9:00pm Saturday, February 21, 9:00am-3:00pm (lunch provided) Duke Divinity School What does it mean to be a local church doing outreach? What is the church’s theological and ethical responsibility to its community? How can churches be more responsible disciples in their local and global settings? How… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward reminds us of the significance of Sabbath and how this simple act can be counter cultural, like many of Jesus’ acts during his time on earth.
Summoned Toward Wholeness: A Conference on Food, Farming, and the Life of Faith, September 27 and 28 at Duke Divinity School and Anathoth Community Garden. Scripture portrays God as a gardener, farmer, and shepherd. It describes Jesus as “the bread of life” who invites people to the Lord’s table so they can learn to feed… Continue Reading→