Located within the Episcopal Church in Pennsylvania, Stevenson School For Ministry (SSFM) is a learning community forming lay and ordained leadership for the church of today and the future. SSFM offers expanded opportunities for learning, continuing education and formation, including the following:
How to Pray About the Broken Places of our World: October 25 – 26 at the St. Cyril Spiritual Center in Danville, PA. Features presentation by the Rev. Allison St. Louis, sessions in spiritual practices, and Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®), an assessment of intercultural competence — the capability to shift cultural perspective and appropriately adapt behavior to cultural differences and commonalities that effect cultural and spiritual readiness for deepening prayer. The cost for this Learning Weekend is $175 and includes a $25 one-time charge for the IDI survey. Register for a day, or the entire weekend.
New Certificate In Evangelism or Grow Through Our Five-Week Webinar Series. A new lay evangelist certificate program. Within a safe, supportive community, participants learn simple practices and behaviors to practice gospel hospitality, share their story and listen to others’ stories, and most importantly, do what matters most to God. Courses can be taken individually as five-week webinar series or as part of the certificate program. Read More
New Shaped by Faith Five-Week Webinar Courses. These five-week learning modules are meant to provide relevant ministry tools that address the practical realities of ministry. Read More
Registration Now Open For Winter Term Vocational & Continuing Education Courses. New this winter is Exploring Islam: Theology and Spiritual Practice with Salih Sayilgan. This course aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to Islam, its history, beliefs, and practices in America. In addition, there are theology, homiletics and prayer book courses available. View Vocational & Continuing Education Courses.