Southwest appreciates the importance to clergy and lay leaders of continuing their education and offers several opportunities to earn CEUs.
- Each summer, Seminary of the Southwest presents a week-long continuing education session on the seminary’s campus for clergy and lay leaders. Meant to give you “food for the journey” the content will have practical application back home, and the learning shared with faculty and friends will renew and refresh you. See upcoming session below.
- Lecture series in September (Blandy Lectures), February (Payne Lecture), and March (Harvey Lectures) presented by distinguished scholars and leaders in the Church offer additional learning and renewal opportunities.
- Seminary of the Southwest will often host or present in partnership continuing education opportunities throughout the year.
Undoing Anti-Judaism: Practices for Parish Life
Despite great progress, anti-Judaism is still an issue in contemporary Christianity. In this program, Prof. Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski and Rabbi Neil Blumofe will help Christian leaders identify where issues of anti-Judaism lie in Christian thought and practice. From there, participants will work through practical solutions and leave equipped to deal with this issue in their own contexts.
Teachers: Prof. Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski and Rabbi Neil Blumofe
Dates: May 31-June 3, 2020
To find out more information and to register, click here.
CEUs may be available for this event. Please check with your diocese or certifying board.