0012 Westbrook Building
The Student Life and Ministrial Formation offices at Duke Divinity School will host a workshop for students on the art and practice of hospital visitation as part of the "Thursday Mentoring for Ministry" series. The Baptist House of Studies at the school is coordinating the workshop.
0016 Westbrook Building
The Student Life and Ministrial Formation offices at Duke Divinity School will host a workshop for students on "Ministry: Ordination or Not? Exploring Ordination with the Houses of Study" as part of the "Thursday Mentoring for Ministry" series.
Participants will explore ordination with various houses of study at the school including the Baptist House of Studies, Methodist House of Studies and the Anglican Episcopal House of Studies at the workshop.
There also will be free pizza.
0016 Westbrook Building
The Student Life and Ministrial Formation offices at Duke Divinity School will hold an open house as the first of the weekly Mentoring for Ministry (M4M) workshops for students that will occur every Thursday.
The open house will start off with free pizza and then break out into groups of the various denominational houses of study at the Divinity School including the Methodist House, Baptist House, Anglican-Episcopal House as well as the Reformed Student Association and a group for non-denominational and other-denominational students.
The King's Daughters Inn, 204 N. Buchanan Blvd., Durham, N.C.
Tara M. Batemon
The Duke Divinity School Office of Black Church Studies and the Baptist House of Studies will co-host the Free Church Women's Retreat.
The theme of the two-day retreat is "In God's Image: Women Reimagining the Face of 21st Century Pastoral Ministry." This retreat is designed for women seeking clarity and guidance regarding their place in the church. It also fulfills the retreat requirement for the school's Fall Spiritual Formation course for first-year students.
Registration is required.
To register, contact Tara M. Batemon at (919) 660-3461.
Duke Divinity School’s annual Convocation & Pastors’ School will return Oct. 14-15, featuring lectures by renowned scholars and practitioners, seminars that foster in-depth discussion, worship services, and the opportunity to reconnect with friends and faculty.
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Duke Divinity School will offer a Holy Week worship service that includes the ritual of foot washing. Curtis Freeman, research professor of theology and director of the Baptist House of Studies at the school, will offer a short message and the praise team will sing.