Moravian Theological Seminary in Bethlehem will offer three courses to laity, both onsite and online through Zoom this fall, through the Crossroads program. Register and learn more at www.moravianseminary.edu/crossroads. Contact Dr. Jill Peters, Missional Leadership Developer, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. The courses are held at 6 to 9 PM and cost $240 each. They are:
- Traditions, a look at world religions and other Protestant denominations, on Mondays, Sept. 13–Nov. 1.
- Creative Worship on Thursdays, Sept. 9–Oct. 28.
- Unpacking the Scriptures, twice a week, Mondays and Thursdays, Nov. 4–Dec. 2.
More courses on Missional Leadership, Congregational Ethics, the Story of Christianity and Formative Spirituality will be offered during winter 2022.
“Moravian Theological Seminary is one of the schools of theology approved by our University Senate, where United Methodist students may earn their seminary degrees on the path to ordination,” said Bishop Peggy Johnson. It also offers continuing education classes and workshops. United Methodists and Moravians are in full communion. And John Wesley, our Methodist founding father, learned much from the Moravians during his time of spiritual formation. The ties have been strong ever since