Collaborative learning with teaching teams of practitioners and scholars
Accessible for lay people while built upon solid research and practice
Uses a variety of teaching methods because people learn in different ways
Practicing deep listening to God, others, and world in a posture of compassion
Attending to personal growth through time tested spiritual practices.
Large and small group experience with trained spiritual directors.
Working with missional innovators to learn to see as Jesus sees.
Building relationships with fellow learners, neighbors, and strangers.
Developing the senses to see and appreciate the gifts in ourselves and others.
We are very proud of our Neighborhood Seminary alumna, Anna Brown, whose NS education prepared her to develop this creative, life-changing program that is helping vulnerable children and teens.
Greensboro Organization Looks To Close Gap In Foster Care Placement System
CREDIT BEN MCKEOWN / FOR WUNC
LOVING THE HELL OF YOUR NEIGHBOR
A 6 WEEK BOOK STUDY
Trauma-informed ministry in the neighborhood. How do we truly love God and our neighbor as ourselves, when so many of us bear trauma?
What we are thinking about ...
“As a member of the premier cohort of Neighborhood Seminary, I loved the depth of spiritual and theological growth and fellowship I received as I deepened my desire to serve alongside my community. I was honored to join the Board with the hope of bringing this significant program to so many others with that same desire. ”
BOARD MEMBER TESTIMONIALS
— Kimberly Clark