The Institute of Preaching is a nine-month program of retreats designed to help clergy from the Florida and Western North Carolina Conferences of the United Methodist Church improve their preaching.
The Thriving Rural Communities Initiative at Duke Divinity School invites pastors and lay people to attend a weekend retreat at The Bladen Charge—Windsor UMC, Bethlehem UMC and Live Oak UMC—to experience their unique testimony of sustainability. Worship services, workshops and Sabbath time will resource and renew your ministry.
Duke Divinity School will celebrate its 90th Baccalaureate Service with Eboni Marshall Turman, assistant research professor of theological ethics and black church studies and the director of the Office of Black Church Studies at the school, preaching.
Through a variety of seminars, programs, gatherings, lectures, and other events, the Divinity School seeks to help strengthen your faith by building your knowledge about the church and its practices.
Leadership Education at Duke Divinity
Leadership Education at Duke Divinity aims to create lasting change in U.S. congregations by supporting Christian leaders and the institutions they serve. Leadership Education offers online resources, designs programs and training, and facilitates networks of institutions.