Courses, conferences and training are provided by outside organizations.
Virginia Theological Seminary
VTS prepares women and men from around the world for both ordained and lay service. Masters and doctoral level degrees, non-degree diplomas, and continuing education programs. Information.
CALL Online Classes (Center for Anglican Learning and Leadership)
Offered throughout the year and designed so students can participate at their own pace, in their own time. Each course is 7 weeks, each week a separate lesson. Continuing Education Units are offered at the rate of 2 CEUs per course.
AED members receive a discount.
HUMAN AWARENESS & UNDERSTANDING
Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency course
To gain cultural competency for Latino/Hispanic ministry
Immigration & Refugee Ministry
From Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM)
PRACTICAL TRAINING & EXPERIENCE
Deacons Talking on the Road to Emmaus
Enabling deacons to walk with each other and share stories in hope of inspiring, supporting and renewing diaconal ministries.
All deacons are invited to this free, monthly online discussion about their ministries. Previous discussions have been recorded; included are responding to Covid-19, co op farming, women leaving prison and preaching.
Sponsored by Bexley Seabury Seminary and the Association for Episcopal Deacons
Asset-Based Community Development / Called to Transformation
Episcopal Relief & Development and The Episcopal Church are redeveloping the website to better serve faith communities looking for training in Asset-Based Community Development. Watch for details here.
Read a reflection from Deacon Teri Van Huss about this course's impact on her.
School for Deacons/Center for Learning
Diocese of San Joaquin