|Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency|
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|335 Tennessee Avenue
Sewanee, Tennessee 37383
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|The popular sessions are offered by the Episcopal Church Office of Latino/Hispanic Ministries. The courses will be taught by seminary faculty, lay church leaders, and clergy with extensive experience in Latino and intercultural ministry.
“Combining academic learning with hands-on experience, the purpose of this multi-faceted intensive course is to provide cultural competency of the history, culture, socio-demographic, and religious aspects of the Latinos/Hispanics in the United States,” noted the Rev. Canon Anthony Guillén, Episcopal Church Missioner for Latino/Hispanic Ministries. “Also this course will provide the foundational tools necessary for church leaders to discern and explore the type of Latino/Hispanic ministry that best fits a congregational setting and its context.”
The course will be conducted in English. Bilingual faculty will interpret as needed.
Registration deadline is July 20.
Registration includes tuition, hotel accommodations, meals, transportation to and from airports, and transportation during the course. Registration does not include textbooks.
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|The Rev. Anthony Guillen|