Registration open for upcoming sessions of Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency
Registration is now open for the two 2018 sessions of the Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency, an innovative nine-day intensive course designed for diocesan staff, clergy, lay leaders, and seminarians to learn cultural competency for Latino ministry.
Participants have their choice of sessions:
- Monday to Monday, June 11 – 18 at Bloy House, Episcopal Theological School at Claremont, CA.
- Monday to Monday, August 5 – 13 at the School of Theology, the University of the South in Sewanee, TN.
Challenging us to set aside our typecasts and seize new opportunities, The Episcopal Church's Strategic Vision for Reaching Latinos/Hispanics conveys the opportunities for the Episcopal Church within the growing Latino/Hispanic population. “Such radically changing demographics should encourage the church to be courageous, resourceful, passionate and enthusiastic in its response to these new circumstances.” We can grow vibrant and fruitful churches by inviting the Latino/Hispanic community to a welcoming and inclusive environment, sharing our rich liturgy and implementing innovative and pertinent programs.