Wesley Theological Seminary developed this track for active clergy from across the globe who are seeking to enhance their leadership skills and practices. Each cohort will be international in character with colleagues and dialogue reflecting the global nature of today’s church. The faculty teaching these courses are among the best scholar-teachers available in the global church. Additionally, this track is unique because of its location at Wesley House, the historic Methodist study center in the heart of Cambridge University.
Registration for these courses will open in the fall. Check back for more information.
Schedule of Classes
December 29, 2015- January 2, 2016: Old Testament Perspectives on Transformative LeadershipDr. Bruce C. Birch, Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Biblical Theology, Wesley Theological Seminary
January 4-8, 2016: Transforming CommunityDr. F. Douglas Powe, Jr., James C. Logan Professor of Evangelism in the E. Stanley Jones Chair and Professor of Urban Ministry, Wesley Theological Seminary
June 27- July 1, 2016: Wesleyan Roots for a Socially Engaged Ministry (includes travel around the UK)Dr. Tim Macquiban, Director, Methodist Ecumenical Office, Rome
July 4-8, 2016: Reclaiming Wesleyan Theology for MinistryDr. Ted A. Campbell, Associate Professor of Church History, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
January 2- 6, 2017: Spirituality for Personal and Congregational FormationDr. Jane Leach, Principal, Wesley House, Cambridge
January 9-13, 2017: Leadership in the Wesleyan SpiritDr. Lovett H. Weems, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Church Leadership, Director, G. Douglass Lewis Center for Church Leadership, Wesley Theological Seminary
June 26-30, 2017: Wesleyan New Monasticism, Missional Communities and the Renewal of the ChurchDr. Elaine A. Heath, McCreless Professor of Evangelism, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
July 3-7, 2017: Globalizing Christianity: Voices from the Global ChurchDr. Dion Forster, Senior Lecturer, Systematic Theology and Ethics, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Ongoing: Project Seminar (online, dates to be announced)Dr. Lewis A. Parks, Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program, Wesley Theological Seminary
ElectiveOne elective is required, choice of the student. Options include online classes offered by Wesley Theological Seminary or classes at Wesley or other accredited institutions as approved by the director of the program.
Registration for these courses will open after January 1, 2016. Please check back for more information.
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April 4-8, 2016: God and the Spirit of the Age
Dr. Diana Butler Bass, Author, Independent Scholar and Public Theologian
Consideration of the future shape of religious life, within and apart from traditional religious institutions, in light of current cultural realities.
April 11-15, 2016: Perspectives from John for a Renewed Church
Dr. Judith Lieu, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, Cambridge University
Study of the Gospel of John for perspectives that inform efforts at church renewal.
August 8-12, 2016: Christian Faith in Cultural Context
Dr. Cindy K. Wesley, Director of Studies, Wesley House, Cambridge
Resources and perspectives on relating faith and ministry to cultural context; consideration of social context as a key to church renewal.
August 15-19, 2016: Passionately Christian, Compassionately Interfaith
Dr. Sathianathan Clarke, Bishop, Sundo Kim Professor of World Christianity and Professor of Theology, Culture and Mission, Wesley Theological Seminary
Building a Christian theology for ministry in an increasingly interfaith world.
March 27-31, 2017: Mission, Ministry and Apologetics in a World Shaped by Science
Dr. David Wilkinson, Principal, St. John’s College, Durham University
Exposure to the dialogue between faith and science; perspectives in shaping ministry to be effective in a science shaped world.
April 3-7, 2017: Entrepreneurial Faith: The Future of Ministry with Young Adults
Dr. Kenda Creasy Dean, Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church and Culture, Princeton Theological Seminary
Understanding the world of young adults; resources and perspectives for ministry that reaches new generations.
August 7-11, 2017: Theological Perspective on Global Challenges
Models for contemporary Christian witness and common action in a global church.
August 14-18, 2017: Preaching the Church Into God's Future
Lucy Lind Hogan
Creative perspectives on the proclamation of God’s word in a changing church and a multi-faceted cultural context.
Ongoing: Project Seminar (online, dates to be announced)
Dr. Lewis A. Parks, Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program, Wesley Theological Seminary
One elective is required, choice of the student. Options include online classes offered by Wesley Theological Seminary or classes at Wesley or other accredited institutions as approved by the director of the program.
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