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February 20, 2019 - Closed Due to Weather

Modified Schedule - February 20, 2019
 
Due to impending inclement weather, Virginia Theological Seminary has modified its schedule today, February 20, 2019.
  • All administrative offices, the Bishop Payne Library, and the Butterfly House are closed.
  • Morning Prayer and Holy Eucharist are cancelled.
  • Classes will take place as normally scheduled.
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February 20, 2019 - Closed Due to Weather

Modified Schedule - February 20, 2019
 
Due to impending inclement weather, Virginia Theological Seminary has modified its schedule today, February 20, 2019.
  • All administrative offices, the Bishop Payne Library, and the Butterfly House are closed.
  • Morning Prayer and Holy Eucharist are cancelled.
  • Classes will take place as normally scheduled.
Academics
Academics

Doctor of Ministry in Christian Spirituality

Applications for 2019 are closed.
Applications for 2020 will be available on October 1, 2019


In 2013, Virginia Theological Seminary launched a new track in its Doctor of Ministry in Christian Spirituality program. This D.Min. concentration can enhance a wide variety of ministries – congregational leadership, education, healthcare, faith formation, retreat settings – by rooting those ministries in our Christian spiritual traditions and addressing the contemporary hunger for spiritual deepening.

Students in Christian Spirituality explore an array of Christian spiritual traditions—contemplative and apostolic, Biblical to contemporary—and bring them into conversation with developmental, organizational, and missional perspectives on formation, pastoral care, and leadership.
 
Core courses for the D.Min in Christian Spirituality
Biblical Foundations of Christian Spirituality
Christian Spiritual Traditions I (contemplative)
Christian Spiritual Traditions II (apostolic)
Contemporary Spirituality
Psychology and Theology of Human Development
 
Students will also find a range of topical courses including “Spirituality and Healthcare,” “Fostering Cultures of Spiritual Guidance,” “Human Emotions and Ministry,” “Spirituality, Leadership and Mission,” “Dynamics of Conflict and Change,” “Spirituality, Liturgy, and the Arts,” “Spirituality and Interreligious Dialogue,” and other courses related to spiritual development.
 
 
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