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Lifelong Learning
Men and women are constantly learning and there is always more to understand.  Whether you are clergy and want to continue or update your seminary education or you are a lay person who wants to deepen his or her commitment, the following groups and organizations may be useful to you.
Alban Institute
An independent not-for-profit institution that offers seminars for congregational leaders both clergy and laity on topics such as congregational transformation, planning, and leadership.
Cathedral College
Formerly known as the College of Preachers. This residential conference center at the Washington National Cathedral offers continuing education in preaching and related subjects.
Center for Anglican Learning and Leadership (CALL) at Church Divinity School of the Pacific
This program has forged an educational partnership with the wider Church, offering programs such as online courses and weekend seminars that address the issues of the ministries of both ordained and lay persons.
Center for Christian Spirituality at General Theological Seminary
A variety of courses preparing lay people and clergy for leadership in ministries of spiritual formation. This program also offers a Master of Arts, or the Master of Sacred Theology degrees with a concentration in Christian Spirituality.
Center for Spiritual Development at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
A program and ministry for learning and spiritual development at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon. While our identity is rooted in the Christian tradition, all serious seekers and lovers of God are invited to participate in programs.
Ecumenical Theological Seminary
The only ecumenical theological seminary in Southeast Michigan and surrounding regions, it offers DMin, MDiv & Urban Ministry Diploma programs. The MDiv program is a joint venture six theological schools including Seabury-Western.
Lifetime Theological Education at Virginia Theological Seminary
Located at Virginia Seminary, this program seeks to offer education and training for clergy and lay people in the areas of Christian faith and life. The Doctor of Ministry is a degree program designed for clergy with professional experience. Participants complete some of the work in residency.
School of Theology University of the South
Located in Sewanee, TN, this school offers a series of modular courses to provide for the expressed needs and interests of clergy and laity. These include courses of general interest in spirituality, evangelism, pastoral concerns, Anglican Studies, Christian education, etc.
Seabury Institute
Affiliated Seabury-Western Seminary,the Institute offers a DMin in Congregational Development. This three-year program provides specialized preparation in various facets of congregational development. Designed for experienced church leaders who, in their present work, assume major responsibilities in congregational development or redevelopment.
Trinity Institute
Continuing education program for clergy and laity. Founded to provide theological renewal for clergy in the Episcopal Church, the Institute has sponsored an annual National Conference for over 30 years.
Trinity School for Ministry - The Doctor of Ministry
The purpose of this program is to share in the collegial process of theological reflection, biblical and practical learning, and clear writing in order to form an individual who is more effectively equipped to serve the Christian church as a transformational leader.