School for Ministers
Discipleship interrupts our lives, *“disrupts the status quo, disturbs the peace that is no peace, and reminds us that another world is possible here and now.” Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, a founder of New Monasticism, invites us to consider the question, “How should we live our lives?” and perhaps more importantly, “Why do people who follow Jesus engage in practices that seem so impractical?”
* from Awakening Hope: Why We Practice a Common Faith
Facilitator: Dr. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
Dr. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove is a leader within New Monasticism. He and his family live in a new monastic community in Durham, North Carolina where he directs the School for Conversion. He is a celebrated writer and sought-after speaker. Wilson-Hartgrove received his Ph.D. from Duke Divinity School. His books include The Awakening of Hope and The Wisdom of Stability: Rooting Faith in a Mobile Culture. He is a co-editor of Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals.
Morning Prayers: The Chapel will be open for silent prayer and reflection from 8:30 - 9:00 am each morning.
Parking Pass: Parking passes will be available at the registration desk.
To view the School for Ministers brochure, including schedule, please go to the Leadership Page
Conrad Grebel University College
|First Time Attendee||$ 100.00|
|Prior to February 1||$ 130.00|
|After February 1||$ 150.00|
|Retired Pastors||$ 75.00|
|One Day Fee||$ 50.00|
|Spouses of Pastors (free registration; $14.00 per day for lunch and breaks)||$ 14.00|