MINISTRY IN THE ANGLICAN TRADITION (RSST-1000)
This course will examine the history of the theory and practice of ministry in the Anglican tradition from its beginnings in the 16th century to the present day. Topics to be considered will include the changing understanding of the ministry of laypeople and clergy in different historical and cultural contexts, the relationship between mission and ministry, the effects of colonialism and the development of a global Anglican Communion, and the impact of contemporary issues on the practice of ministry in a variety of contexts. Format will be lecture and class discussion. Evaluation: two reflection papers, one at the beginning of the course and one at the end. This course is intended for students in MDiv, MTS, CAS and CTS programs.Course meets weekdays, 6/12/23-6/23/23 (excluding 6/19/23), from 2-5:30pm at CDSP.