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Resources in Theological Education
A signed acknowledgement of the new covenant relationship entered into by the candidate and the committee/commission overseeing preparation for ministry. This form also establishes growth areas for candidate. The completed report is sent to the inquirer/candidate, theological institution, and sponsoring session.
A signed acknowledgement of the new covenant relationship entered into by the candidate, the session and the committee/commission overseeing preparation for ministry. The candidate release sets in motion an understanding that permits the committee/commission overseeing preparation for ministry to secure information necessary to make responsible decisions and recommendations.
Flier encouraging support of the Theological Education Fund
Use this hymn written by a seminary student in your celebration of Theological Education Emphasis Sunday.
A thank you flier by the Committee on Theological Education (Spanish version).
A thank you flier by the Committee on Theological Education (Korean version).
A full report of the November 1995 Presbyterian Panel Survey covering highlights of and issues within the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program. This Panel survey is the fifth in a series on peacemaking issues, extending back to August 1982.
A full report of the Presbyterian Panel Survey covering perceptions of theological education and related statistics. These pages summarize major findings from the 13th survey sent to panelists originally sampled in late 1993 and asked to serve from 1994 to 1996.
This program from the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico focuses on theological education for new immigrants in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) that may enable presbyteries to commission lay pastors and recognize minister’s previous ordination according to the academic work of each student. In partnership with the New Immigrants Congregational Support (NICS) Office of the Presbyterian… Read more »
New waves of immigrants from Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean, Middle East, and East Europe are coming to this nation as immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers, migrant workers, students and religious workers. In the case of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the blessing of having new Presbyterians from abroad creates the need… Read more »