Did you miss out on the Fall and Winter offerings of CTS’ new lifelong learning courses? It’s not too late to register for the final courses in this year’s series. Each class lasts 6 weeks and takes place fully online.
Is poverty a spiritual problem as well as an ethical and economic one? How can the physical assets of a church foster deeper engagement with community and enhance faith formation? If either of these questions resonate with you, we hope you will register for one of our spring lifelong learning classes!
The Skills for Flourishing Congregations spring course, Facilities Management, meets online every Monday from 6-8pm from February 20th – March 27th. This course, taught by CTS Alum Pastor William Smith, will engage concrete questions of how the material and building resources of a congregation can best be utilized to accomplish its mission. Register by February 17th and enhance your facilities management skill set.
The Our Life in Common spring course, Christian Practices of Economic Justice, meets online every Wednesday from 6-8pm from February 22nd – March 29th. This course will draw deeply on insight from CTS’ own Faith & Action Project to help us better understand how we can support those working to reduce poster and foster economic justice in our communities. It will provide a safe space to discuss practical and faithful actions in following God’s call for justice. Registration ends February 17th, so be sure to sign up soon!