Summer Institute

Duke Summer Institute 2013

Monday, May 27, 2013 (All day) to Saturday, June 1, 2013 (All day)
Durham, N.C.
dolsongetty@div.duke.edu or (919) 660-3593

The Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School will host the fifth annual Summer Institute, a five-day intensive institute to nourish, renew, and deepen the capacities of Christian leaders in the ministry of reconciliation, justice, and peace. 

Participants will experience in-depth teaching by world-class theologians including Duke Divinity School and ministry practitioners, prayer and worship, shared meals, vibrant conversations, and opportunities to reflect on their own vocation and setting.

For information on 2013 Summer Institute

Duke Summer Institute 2012

Monday, May 28, 2012 (All day) to Saturday, June 2, 2012 (All day)
Duke Divinity School
dolsongetty@div.duke.edu or (919) 660-3593

Applications are being accepted for the Duke Center for Reconciliation's 2012 Summer Institute, a five-day intensive to nourish, renew, and deepen the capacities of U.S. and international Christian leaders in the ministry of reconciliation, justice, and peace. 

Participants will experience in-depth teaching by world-class theologians and ministry practitioners, prayer and worship, shared meals, vibrant conversations, and opportunities to reflect on their own vocation and setting.

To apply

Duke Summer Institute

Monday, June 6, 2011 (All day) to Saturday, June 11, 2011 (All day)
Duke Divinity School
Dayna Olson-Getty (919) 660-3578

The Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School will host the Duke Summer Institute, a five-day intensive to nourish, renew, and deepen the capacities of Christian leaders in the ministry of reconciliation, justice, and peace.

This year's institute, "The Ministry of Reconciliation in a Divided World," will be limited to 200 participants. It will offer a community of learning among diverse peers and intimate interaction with a leading faculty of practitioners and theologians. Participants will experience in-depth teaching, prayer and worship, shared meals, wrestling with real contexts and challenges, and opportunity to reflect on their own vocation and setting.

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