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Field Education


The purpose of Field Education at VTS is to offer seminarians the resources needed to develop skills and practices for contextual ministry, including:
  • Integrating the study of Christian tradition and the practice of Christian ministry;
  • Enhancing liturgical and leadership abilities;
  • Fostering personal and professional growth, and
  • Engaging in ongoing theological reflection on the practice of ministry.
The Department of Field Education offers courses and programs centered on the practice of ministry, as well as reflection on ministry and its context. Our hope is that Field Education at VTS will help to form leaders whose lives and ministries are informed by the faithful practices of prayer, leadership development and theological reflection.

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The Rev. Dr. J. Allison St. Louis            
Director of Field Education and The Second Three Years Program                     
Bohlen 201                            
astlouis@vts.edu                        
(703) 461-1747                        

Mrs. Carol Jubinski
Coordinator of Field Education and The Second Three Years Program
Bohlen 202
cjubinski@vts.edu
(703) 461-1744

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Campus Calendar
1823 cafe hours this week
5/2/2016
   to 5/8/2016
Mon. to Wed.: 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Thurs. to Fri.: 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Sat. to Sun.: 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Hours subject to minor change

Diocese of Virginia Spring Bishops Conference
5/4/2016
   to 5/6/2016

Created for Abundant Life
5/6/2016
8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Rt. Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori
Registrations has closed. Please contact lte@vts.edu with any questions.

We are part of creation, with a particular charge to care for the whole interconnected world that supports all life. What are we learning about more intentional and effective stewardship? How can God’s beloved, as followers of Jesus, engage in loving God, self, and all our neighbors more whole-heartedly?
 
We’ll use a variety of learning styles and consider a spectrum of possibilities – the human mind and heart, hands and feet, voice and appetite; the life-giving river, cloud, wind, and sun, kitchen and creative garden around us; the gifts and lives of neighbors near and far, human and not.
 
Come and see, hear, taste, and imagine how to live the greater love and more abundant life Jesus promised to all.  
Location: Addison Academic Center: Lower Level
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