An opportunity for stimulating, challenging and enriching postgraduate study at The Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham
Working with skilled and expert theologians and practitioners, leading to the award of a Post-Graduate Certificate in Theology and Transformative Practice from Newman University.
This course is aimed at those in Christian ministry keen to develop and enrich their leadership skills and increase their knowledge of recent theological scholarship and learning around gender and leadership. The course consists of two modules:
Transformative Theologies of Gender:
Taught over 5 days (3 April, 29 April, 16 May, 23 May, 21 June) by Professor Nicola Slee and colleagues, this module will consider recent feminist approaches to:
affirmation of women’s lives and traditions in the past;
identity, as exemplified in feminist spiritual communities such as ‘Women church’, and how these might enrich ministry.
Transformative Christian Leadership*
The course looks at the dynamics, challenges and contemporary questions in Christian Leadership, drawing on and in dialogue with a variety of perspectives and sources, including:
*Or an alternative module, dates to be confirmed
The 2 modules, leading to the PGCTTP, are offered at a 50% discount to any ordained/ authorised woman minister at a total cost of £960.
An exhibition of Caroline McKenzie’s Christa sculptures (the feminine aspect of Christ) will be timed to coincide with this module, and students will have the opportunity to engage with the artist. A 2-day conference on The Faith Lives of Women and Girls will precede this module (26-27 March) and may be of interest to those wishing to sign up for the course. See http://www.queens.ac.uk/events/faith-lives-of-wome...
Those who complete the course successfully may continue studies towards completion of a Postgraduate Diploma or M.A.
For further information contact Professor Nicola Slee at firstname.lastname@example.org
For booking info, contact: email@example.com (0121 454 1527)
Open afternoon for enquirers: Thursday 28 February, 1pm – 3.30pm
The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Somerset Road, Edgbaston,
Birmingham, B15 2QH, UK. +44 (0)121 454 1527