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Spring 2018 Course Schedule

Symbols after course # denotes the Distance Ed format. See bottom of page for additional descriptions.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

9am-Noon

SECC622
Religion in the American Context
Atwood
K

9am-Noon

SETH620 V
Rhythms of Ministry
Weber
K

SEPC612
MACC Practicum
H, A

SEPC620
Pastoral Care & Counseling
Williams/Kraybill-Greggo
H, A

9am-Noon

SETH820 V
Moravian History
Atwood
K

10-Noon

SEFS733
Ignatian Exercises
Martell
CR, H

9am–Noon

SEBK725 H
Real World: Reading the Book of Judges with Teens
Appler
[2/9, 3/2, 4/6, 4/27 by Zoom or on campus]
K

SEPC902
Internship Supervision 2
Williams
A

10am-Noon

SEPL922
Supervised Ministry 2
DeRemer
[2/2, 3/16, 5/4]
W

 

12-12:30pm

Chapel
S

12-12:30pm

Eucharist
S

 

 

1-4pm

SEPL711
Equipping Communities for Ministry
Weber
K

SEPC743
Chronic Illness, Death & Loss
Williams
G

2-5pm

SEBK842
Ethnicity, Race & New Testament Interpretation
Luckritz Marquis
K

2-3:30

SEBK911
Hebrew Exegesis
Appler
K

2-5pm

SEPC730
Systems Theory & Application
Santiago
H 

1-3pm

SEFS722 V
Group Spiritual Direction 2
Kraybill-Greggo
CR

1-4pm

SEIP810
Leadership in Ministry
Weber
K

SEFS640
Christian Ethics
Rivera
G    

1-3pm

SEPC812
Peer Group 2
Kraybill-Greggo
[2/2, 2/9,  3/2, 3/30, 4/13, 4/20]
A, CR

6-8pm

SEIP942
Supervised Ministry Portfolio 2
Weber
[1/29, 2/5, 2/19, 3/5, 3/19, 4/9, 4/16]
A

6-9pm

SEBK620
Intro to New Testament
Luckritz Marquis
G

Crossroads
K

6-9pm

SEPC760
Individual Psychology & Methodology
Santiago
K

SETH730
The Meaning of Jesus Christ
Rivera
H

 

4-6:30pm

SEFS823  B
Spiritual Direction 3: Art, Practice & Supervision
Kraybill-Greggo/Martell
[2/1, 3/1, 4/5, 5/3]
[Retreat: 2/12–2/15]
CR

6-9pm

SECC601
Learning in Community
Weber
G, H

SEBK760
Sustainability, Economics & Food Justice in the Hebrew Bible
Appler
A

Crossroads
K

 

 

Distance Ed Modalities Key

Symbols after course # denotes the Distance Ed format.

V  Video Conference—All class sessions meet synchronously with students present either on campus or by connecting to the classroom via Zoom.  

H  Hybrid—The course is conducted both synchronously and asynchronously with a percentage of class sessions meeting at specific, required times with students present either on on campus or by connecting to the classroom via Zoom. 

Blended—The course is conducted both synchronously and asynchronously. All students meet on campus for at least 50% of the in-class time.

Locations Key

A-Aldersgate, G-Genadendal, H-Herrnhut, K-Kunwald, W-Wittenberg, S-Saal, P-Prayer Room, CR-Chalice Rocks, OS-Offsite