|May 31-June 5||
Duke Divinity School Summer Institute
Shaping the Beloved Community in a Divided World
Led by world-class scholars and practitioners, this five-day institute with Duke's Center for Reconciliation is designed to nourish, renew, and deepen the capacities of Christian leaders in their ministry of reconciliation, justice, and peace.
|Available Summer 2009||The Unbroken Circle: A Toolkit for Congregations around Illness, End of Life and Grief
A guide for clergy, faith community nurses, and congregational lay leaders interested in addressing end-of-life care issues in their congregations, The Unbroken Circle draws from a variety of faith traditions.
Duke Youth Academy for Christian Formation
Part of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity, DYA is an intensive two-week residential encounter with Christian life for rising high school juniors and seniors.
|September 14-18||Study Leave for Ministry Professionals
A week on the campus of Duke University for self-directed study, worship, and prayer open to ministry professionals of all traditions. Other dates during fall semester are Sept. 28-Oct. 2, Oct. 19-23, Nov. 9-13, and Nov. 16-20.
|October 5-7||Convocation and Pastors' School
The Next Generation: Engaging the Christian Faith in a Global Context
Philip Jenkins, author and humanities professor; Os Guinness, author and co-founder of The Trinity Forum; and Kenda Creasy Dean, associate professor of youth, church and culture, director, Tennent School of Christian Education at Princeton Theological Seminary.