In addtion to the courses listed below, the School for Formation partners with the Church Divinity School of the Pacific's Center for Anglican Learning and Leadership (CALL) to offer these courses:

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Exploring some of the experiments faith communities are making, with the goal of bringing a critical and missional lens to our own future experiments.

Facilitating Community is designed to provide a foundational understanding of leadership as ministry development and introduces participants to a learning community approach to religious leadership. Participants will examine what leadership means to them in relation to the Christian story and the missional church. This course includes readings, reflections and practice with group decision-making/participatory processes.

Required Reading:

Kaner, Sam, and Lenny Lind. Facilitator's Guide to Participatory Decision-making. 2nd ed. Philadelphia, PA: New Society, 1996. 

Block, Peter. Community the Structure of Belonging. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2008.

 

AZ-F copyInstructor: Amanda Ziebell-Finley, Ed.D. Candidate in Education, specializing in constructivist learning communities. MA in Organizational Leadership