Reading "Early Friends & Ministry" - Quaker Studies Online

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Reading "Early Friends & Ministry" - Quaker Studies Online

Time: 10th mo. 3, 2012 to 10th mo. 30, 2012
Location: ONLINE
Website or Map: http://www.bhfh.org/qsp
Event Type: online, course
Organized By: Sarah Spencer
Latest Activity: 9th month 23, 2012

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Marty Grundy will be leading this 4 week online course on her pamphlet "Early Friends & Ministry".  Whether you are feeling called to ministry, resisting a call, or just interested in how Quakers understand ministry, starting from our very beginnings, this online course should be a joy and a challenge.

Quaker Studies online courses are scheduled and led, meaning that in signing up you are committing to participate and interact with other participants during the duration of the course. But you can do the work any time during a given week because there are no scheduled gatherings of participants - online or otherwise - except as people in the course agree to them and organize them.

Registration is required. Our course tuition goes to support our course leaders and our administrative costs, but we do have funds for tuition aid, so don't let cost keep you away. Visit http://www.bhfh.org/qsp to sign up and see our other fall programs

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