The Anglican Episcopal House of Studies (AEHS) at Duke is a full Anglican seminary program within an ecumenical divinity school at a world-class research university. We are a vibrant community of learning and service that prepares students for Christian leadership throughout the Anglican Communion.

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"I have been supported spiritually by AEHS through the continual opportunity for prayer in community. Through daily morning prayer, weekly Holy Eucharist, and monthly noonday prayer. This continual environment of prayer has allowed for a centrality of prayer in my life that has sustained me thus far in my time at Duke Divinity."

AEHS provides accredited training for Episcopal, ACNA, and international dioceses, and Anglican formation for masters and doctoral students with a wide range of vocational goals. Duke’s Anglican community is unique among American seminaries in that our students and faculty represent both the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church in North America, among other provinces.

We worship and pray, train and serve together, as a witness to God’s promise of reconciliation in Jesus Christ and to the vitality of Anglican mission in our time. We prepare the next generation of church leaders through a robust liturgical life, instruction in classical Anglican tradition, and practical training for innovative leadership. Anglican students at Duke are encouraged to grow in many dimensions—in intellectual insight, professional skill, radical service, and personal holiness—reflecting Christ’s commandment to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength.  All AEHS students participate fully in the life of Duke Divinity School and enjoy access to the many resources of Duke University.  In short, AEHS provides an exceptional opportunity for Anglican theological education for service in tomorrow’s church and world.

Upcoming Events

Join us for worship, guest lectures, and other events.
Wed, Feb 28, 2024 | 7:30 - 8:45pm | 0012 Westbrook

Being "Embarrassed" about the Supernatural? Thomas Woolston (1668-1733) and Anglican and Patristic Interpretation of the Miracles of Jesus in Context

The Divinity School will host a lecture with Paul Lim, associate professor of the History of Christianity at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee as the speaker.

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The Student Experience

Formation for Christian Leadership

The student experience with AEHS focuses on study and worship with a rich, sustaining community life. With daily morning prayer, Eucharist services, and community dinners, AEHS prepares students for ministry and leadership

The Certificate in Anglican Studies

Anglican/Episcopal Ministry Preparation

The Certificate in Anglican Studies is designed to serve the academic and formational requirements of students preparing for Anglican/Episcopal ministry, lay and especially ordained. Duke Divinity students can earn their Certificate in Anglican Studies in one, two, or three years in conjunction with the M.Div., M.T.S., or Th.M. degree.

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Applying to the Program

Scholarships & Financial Aid

All Duke Divinity students may participate in AEHS, regardless of denomination or degree program. All students admitted to the M.Div., M.T.S., M.A. in Christian Practice, D.Min., and Th.D. receive some scholarship support, and special scholarships are available for students pursuing the Certificate in Anglican Studies. 

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