Tag Archives: Courses

Two Classes Begin Next Week

The Michaelmas 2012 Module-2 (m-2) classes begin the week of Monday, October 22nd. Each is a six-week course.

PT11: Change and Conflict Management in the Church, taught by C.K. Robertson, starts on October 22nd at 6:30 p.m in the Seabury Close Room.

CS100: Shepherding Transformation: Leadership for Change, taught by President Lowrey, starts on October 23rd at 1:30 p.m in Sherred 1B.

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GOE Prep Session Schedule

General Ordination Examinations (GOE) prep sessions have been scheduled.  All persons taking the GOE this winter should attend these prep sessions.  Note also that the sessions will also be available after the scheduled date via video on the website:

Date:                   Time:                         Location:                      Lecture:

Oct. 17                11:00am                    Seabury Aud.               Mullin– Church History

Oct. 24               11:00am                     Seabury Aud.               Neville– Church History

Nov. 7                 11:00am                    Seabury Aud.               Moore- Liturgics

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Michaelmas 2012 Module-2 Classes begin Week of 22 October

The Michaelmas 2012 Module-2 (m-2) classes begin the week of Monday, October 22nd. Each is a six-week course.

PT11: Change and Conflict Management in the Church, taught by C.K. Robertson, starts on October 22nd at 6:30 p.m.

CS100: Shepherding Transformation: Leadership for Change, taught by President Lowrey, starts on October 23rd at 1:30 p.m.

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GTS 2012-13 Online Catalog

The GTS 2012-13 Online Catalog is now available.  In it you can see course offerings for the 2012-13 Academic Year, tuition & fee rates, as well as explanations of official GTS policies.  And, of course, the link is always available on the right side of the TWAG page under GTS Links.

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Easter Final Exam Schedule

Easter Final Exam Schedule

Wednesday, May 9th

OT2 / SD-1B – 9am to 11am
CH3 / SeaAud – 2pm to 4pm
NT2 / Fac. Conf. Rm – 2pm to 5pm

Thursday, May 10th

CH1 / SeaAud – 9am to 12noon
LT100 / S-21st Rm  – 2pm to 4pm
NT2 / Fac. Conf. Rm – 2pm to 5pm

Friday, May 11th

NT2 / Fac. Conf. Rm – 9am to 12noon

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Run Away to the Circus: Trapeze Class

Have you ever threatened to run away to the circus?  Or felt like you were living in a circus?  Now is your chance to do circus for real!

Prof. Shaner is gathering a group of GTS adventurers for a flying trapeze class at the Trapeze School New York.  If you are interested in joining the fun, please email her by 14 March so that we can find a class that works for most schedules.   Read more...

Spring Courses at General Theological Seminary

 

Learn, Reflect, Grow in Ministry
General Seminary offers courses to enrich your ministry and theological understanding, including day and evening courses designed for a full range of faith and knowledge seekers. This spring you can take a full-semester course or perhaps a three-day intensive class on Pretending Bible Stories. Whatever level of enrichment you are seeking, read on to find out some the offerings from General Seminary this spring.   Read more...

Second Day of Esther de Waal Course Now Open to General Learners

At the request of prospective students, including the wide community interested in the life, artistry and teaching of Thomas Merton, General Seminary will open a second day of the January course Christian Symbolic Identity, to be taught by Esther de Waal, to learners who wish to come for only one day. Esther de Waal is a preeminent teacher of Christian spirituality and spiritual practice. The five-day course, to be held January 24-28, will examine the symbolic resonances of words and visual images for meaning-making, and each day will be devoted to a distinct theme.  Read more...

Short Courses This January at General Seminary

General Seminary is now accepting registrations for three courses in January 2012 taught by outstanding visiting professors and offering different experiences for General Learners with busy schedules. To discover more about the course offerings and to register, click here.

Open Your Eyes Practicum: Attention, Seeing and the Spiritual Life
Adj. Prof. Chad Thralls
January 11-13. 10:00am-3:00pm.
This three-day Intensive course explores the ways in which the practice of attention is the foundation of the Christian spiritual life.
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GTS to Offer Exciting January 2012 Courses

General Seminary is now accepting registrations for three courses in January 2012 taught by outstanding visiting professors and offering different experiences for General Learners with busy schedules. To discover more about the course offerings and to register, click here.

Of special interest is a course on Christian Symbolic Identity with Esther de Waal, a popular teacher of Christian spirituality and prayer. Students can take her course , in late January, for academic credit, audit the entire course, take just two days for a Continuing Education Unit, or come for a special session open to everyone on Saturday, January 28.  Read more...

Next Wellness Presentation: Yoga, the Breath, and the Holy One

Our next presentation as part of the Episcopal Wellness Program will be:

Yoga, the Breath, and the Holy One facilitated by Senior student Keith Voets, RYT-200.  This program, geared both to beginners as well as to long-time practitioners,  will explore yoga postures and breathwork as healthful and powerful components in Christian spiritual practice and wellness.  Please come and join Keith on Friday, October 28 from 1:30 p.m.  Read more...