Rev. DeWayne L. Davis is the Senior Pastor of All God’s Children Metropolitan Community Church in Minneapolis, MN. DeWayne previously served as the Domestic Policy Analyst in The Episcopal Church’s Office of Government Relations where he represented before the U.S. Congress and the Executive Office of the President the domestic social policies established by the… Continue reading Rev. DeWayne L. Davis
Rev. Sarah Campbell A graduate of Macalester College and United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, Rev. Campbell is the Team Lead Minister for Mayflower Community Congregational UCC in Minneapolis. Sarah has also served churches in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Bemidji, Minnesota, and worked as a campus minister and a community organizer. Under Campbell’s leadership,… Continue reading Rev. Sarah Campbell
Consultant – Intercultural Organizational Development Minneapolis, MN Beth Zemsky MAEd, LICSW comes to her work out of her continued commitment to engage people in learning activities that move them to understand critical social and cultural issues. Building on best practice approaches, Beth specializes in intercultural organizational development with organizations working towards social change and structural… Continue reading Beth Zemsky
In this practicum seminar, students will integrate an understanding of the history and theory of community organizing with practical knowledge of the core disciplines
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A MIRACLE IS WHEN THE WHOLE IS GREATER THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS. A MIRACLE IS WHEN ONE PLUS ONE EQUALS A THOUSAND.
This certificate provides clergy, lay leaders of faith communities and others the knowledge and skills to facilitate anti-racism transformation in congregational or community settings. Requirements Satisfactory completion of five 3-credit courses Anti-racism Dialogue: Theory and Practice Three courses from the registrar’s list of approved electives (subject to availability) One free elective Recommendation by the faculty
Required courses Approaches to the Study of Religion and Religious Communities One non-Christian religions course Browse the course catalog for available courses. Elective courses Six electives Elective courses may be selected from those approved for this concentration, or students may ask a faculty member to include a track in another course that would explicitly address one… Continue reading Concentration: Religion and Theology.
The M.Div. is a graduate professional degree primarily for ordained and lay leaders planning to serve in a church, or in other forms of ministry such as chaplaincy or spiritual direction. The degree provides intellectual and analytical capacity, as well as practical skills to lead faith communities in a complex, pluralistic society. Faculty and staff… Continue reading Degree: Master of Divinity.