The mission of the Hispanic House of Studies is to assist the North Carolina and Western North Carolina Annual Conferences and Duke Divinity School in supporting and strengthening ministries to and with Hispanics and Latinos in North Carolina.
To embrace the fastest growing population in North Carolina, the North Carolina and Western North Carolina Conferences of the United Methodist Church need trained, able persons to minister in Hispanic/Latino programs. Thus the Divinity School has joined The Duke Endowment and these conferences in the formation of leaders for Hispanic/Latino ministry. The Hispanic House of Studies, part of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity, serves as a resource center for these ministries.
Apply to the Pastores Caminantes Program
Pastors interested in Hispanic/Latino ministry can apply to the program by March 7.
Apply to the Hispanic Summer Program
Duke Divinity students can attend the June 7-21 program in Mundelein, Ill., at a reduced rate.
New Hispanic/Latino Initiative
Discípulos Haciendo Discípulos is a partnership between HHS, The Duke Endowment, and the North Carolina Conference to build the church through the establishment of missional communities in the Triangle area.
Aposento Alto (The Upper Room)
HHS and the Caminantes student group are sponsoring events to improve Spanish speaking and reading skills through reading and reflecting on the Bible, singing, and worship.
Divinity Staff Teach Pilgrimage at CCDA
Class at Christian Community Development Association national conference explored models of pilgrimages.
Mentoring for Ministry: Discerning Ministry in Context
The Hispanic House of Studies at the school is coordinating a workshop that explores the joys, challenges, and best practices in ministering in a cross-cultural context.
Hispanic House of Studies Info Session
A Sept. 11 meeting will explain how the Hispanic House of Studies helps students serve and understand the Hispanic and Latino communities.
Fighting Anti-Immigration Law Like Christians: A Case Study from Alabama
On Oct. 4 at 12:30 p.m., Will Willimon, Divinity School professor and former UMC bishop, will discuss a court challenge to Alabama's anti-immigration laws and his experience within the church in defense of immigrants.
Join the weekly Spanish Reading Group Wednesdays for theological reading and reflection.