Join EfM participants and graduates for an informational meeting on Monday, May 23, 6:00-7:00 PM in the Parlor, where a number of us from the two seminar groups will gather to answer your questions about this dynamic program of Christian community.
Education for Ministry is a program of theological education that has been developed and administered throughout the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion by the University of the South School of Theology. Trained mentors guide participants through the study and discussion of scripture, Church history, liturgy and theology. EfM groups gather Tuesdays, September-May, in the evening. No more than 12 students can be enrolled in each seminar group at one time, and this class offers 18 CEUs per year. Tuition is $350 per year; tuition assistance is available.
Because EfM is experienced in a seminar setting limited to 12, a strong sense of Christian community develops through the study of scripture, Church history, liturgy, and theology in combination with theological reflections. The worldwide program has thousands of graduates including many from St. Martin's. Contact mentors Tim Broughton 281/692-2193, Alida Webb 713/419-9512, Kathy Johnson 713/985-3834, or John Ferguson 281/570-6529.
Ask this year's graduates Laurie Fondren about their experience in EfM. We extend our congratulations to them!
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