'Caminantes' Weekly Meeting

Caminantes, a student group affiliated with the Hispanic House of Studies at Duke Divinity School, will hold its weekly meeting offering spiritual formation from a Latino perspective.

 

 

 

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Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Apr 26 2016 except Wed Mar 09 2016, Thu Apr 14 2016.
042 Langford

Hispanic-Latino/a Preaching Initiative

Developed by Duke Divinity School’s Hispanic House of Studies, the Hispanic-Latino/a (H/L) Preaching Initiative provides an opportunity for H/L pastors to receive homiletical training in a peer group format.

Events In This Series

Saturday, April 9, 2016 -
6:00pm to 9:00pm
Saturday, August 6, 2016 -
4:00pm to 7:00pm
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Applications

The cost for the 15-month course is $200 (this also covers books and materials).

Application (pdf); Application (MS Word)

Deadline: Completed applications must be received on or before May 13. They may be emailed to tito.madrazo@duke.edu or sent by traditional mail to the following address:

The Hispanic-Latino/a Preaching Initiative
C/O Tito Madrazo, Program Coordinator
Duke University Divinity School
PO Box 90968
Durham, NC 27708

Costo : $200 para cubrir el costo de los libros y de los materiales para el curso entero de 15 meses.

Fecha límite: Solicitudes completas deben ser recibidas el 13 de mayo o antes. Pueden ser enviadas por correo electrónico a tito.madrazo@duke.edu o enviadas por correo tradicional a la siguiente dirección:

Iniciativa Hispano-Latina de Predicación
C/O Tito Madrazo, Coordinador del programa
Duke University Divinity School
PO Box 90968
Durham, NC 27708

Caminantes

Caminantes means "walkers." Through a Caminantes program for students and one for pastors, fellow sojourners encounter Christ while practicing and honing skills for ministry among Latinos. Caminantes for students meets every week for spiritual formation from a Hispanic Methodist perspective. In addition, participants have the opportunity to attend a spiritual retreat in the fall semester in preparation for an encounter with the Methodist church in Latin America during the spring semester.

Caminantes for Pastors

The Pastores Caminantes is for pastors with heart and passion who minister for and with the Hispanic/Latino community. Participants encounter Jesus through meeting new people in unexpected places and in unpredictable situations.

Pastores Caminantes is made up of to 12 fellow sojourners who seek to encounter Christ on the roads connecting the Western and North Carolina Conferences of the United Methodist Church with the Hispanic/Latino community.

The group meets periodically for spiritual formation from a Hispanic/Latino Methodist perspective. In these meetings, participants will have the opportunity to practice and hone skills for ministry among Latinos. Together the group will read the Bible in Spanish, discuss texts emerging from the Latino community, and engage in conversation with leaders already serving the Hispanic/Latino community in North Carolina.

Registration is not open at this time.

Caminantes for Students

Estudiantes Caminantes is a group of fellow sojourners who seek to encounter Christ on the roads connecting Duke Divinity School to the world.

The group meets every week for spiritual formation from a Hispanic Methodist perspective. In these meetings, participants have the opportunity to practice and hone skills for ministry among Latinos. Together the group reads the Bible in Spanish, discusses texts emerging from the Latino community, and learns how to praise and pray in the language of the barrio.

In addition to these meetings, the caminantes have the opportunity to attend a spiritual retreat in the fall semester in preparation for an encounter with the Methodist church in Latin America during the spring semester.

Registration is not available at this time.

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Hispanic Preaching Festival

Duke Divinity School's Hispanic House of Studies and the Hispanic-Latino/a Preaching Initiative will host the first annual Hispanic Preaching Festival to explore and celebrate Hispanic homiletics.

The event will be open to Hispanic congregations across the region and to Divinity School faculty, staff and students.

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Goodson Chapel, Duke Divinity School

Hispanic House of Studies

The mission of the Hispanic House of Studies is to assist the North Carolina and Western North Carolina Conferences and Duke Divinity School in supporting and strengthening ministries to and with Hispanics and Latinos in North Carolina.

Hispanic House Events

Join the Hispanic House for events, including retreats for pastors serving the Hispanic and Latino communities, workshops, worships, and more.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016 -
12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 -
12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 -
12:30pm to 1:30pm

'The Struggle Against Forced Disappearances in Mexico' with Nadín Reyes Maldonado

The student group, Manos Unidas,  and the Hispanic House of Studies at Duke Divinity School will sponsor a presentation by Nadín Reyes Maldonado, a Mexican human rights defender who founded the Committee of Family Members of the Disappeared and Detained "Until We Find Them" in 2007 after her father and his friend disappeared.

The organization reports, raises consciousness, and documents forcible disappearances, and provides support to other family members of people who were detained and then disappeared.

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0015 Westbrook Building

2016 Hispanic Summer Program

The Hispanic Summer Program, which is sponsored by 39 institutions including Duke Divinity School, will be offered for students interested in learning about Hispanic theological perspectives. The registration deadline is Feb. 13, 2016.

The program supplements and enriches theological and ministerial education with academic courses and other activities that directly address Hispanic history, ministry and theology. It offers students an immersive three-credit graduate course in a small-class setting with participation in a variety of community-building activities.

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San Antonio, Texas

Bilingual Worship Service Features the 'Caminantes'

Duke Divinity School will hold a bilingual Service of Word and Table featuring students and pastors from the Caminantes program of the Hispanic House of Studies at the school. The program gives participants the opportunity to practice and hone skills for ministry among Latinos.

Ismael Ruiz Millan, director of the Hispanic House of Studies, will preside at the communion table during the service.

All are welcome.

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Goodson Chapel

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