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Summer Learning Opportunities at Trinity
Summer learning opportunities are perfect for individuals thinking about whether seminary might be the right next step, professionals, musicians, clergy, worship leaders, and everyone else interested in learning!
BL 1011 Introduction to the BibleJune 7th - 25th, Rachel Wrenn, 3 credit hoursCovers the whole of the Bible. Students will experience the Bible deeply using music, art, plays, and hymns. This study will ground students in the arc of the biblical narrative, helping them to see the Bible as a Story that has a beginning, middle, and end.
MN 3041 Educational MinistryJune 6th - 11th, Mary Hess, 3 credit hoursAn examination of the theological and educational foundations and basic questions that shape the congregation’s ministry of education. Attention will be given to developing teaching skills and to the leadership dimensions of teaching. Includes in-class teaching experience.
MN 2174 Leading the Church’s SongJune 14th - 18th, May Schwarz, 2 credit hours
Explores the impact of music on the mission of the Church. Students discover new ways of singing the psalms, identify criteria for hymn selection, and lead the Church’s song. Examine musician clergy partnership models and explore strategies for implementation. Recognize why and when the Church’s music ministry may be an arena for conflict. Develop your philosophy of Church music.
Current Students - If you are currently enrolled in the university, please use myCap.Auditors – Please use our online application. For assistance registering for summer courses, contact A.J. Minney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you this summer!
Courses may be taken for graduate credit or auditAll courses meet Monday – Friday.