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Newly revised UCC Manual on Ministry Info Sessions at CTS, April 10 and 11

Are you ordained UCC clergy? Or are you on an ordination track with the UCC? If so, CTS is hosting UCC national staff members Stephen Boyd and Malcolm Himschoot on April 10 and 11 to unpack the newly revised UCC Manual on Ministry. They will be giving a few presentations at CTS that you can attend face-to-face or online (see schedule below), and they will offer one-on-one office hours for individual questions. Whether you’re doing congregational ministry, chaplaincy ministry, or other forms of ministry, the information they present will be vital to your career development.

Get your individual questions answered in a 15 minute personal session by signing up here: https://ctschicago.wufoo.com/forms/sign-up-times-for-ucc-office-hours/


UCC Road Show Event Schedule – Stephen Boyd, Malcolm Himschoot

Wednesday, April 10

4:00-5:00pm Trends in Ministry (live streamed, recorded), room 118

5:00-6:30pm Office Hours by appointment (video conferencing as needed), rooms 116 and 117 or WebEx


Thursday, April 11

12:00pm Specialized Ministries (live streamed, recorded), room 118

1:30pm Search and Call (live streamed, recorded), room 118

3:30-6:00pm Office Hours by appointment (video conferencing as needed), rooms 116 and 117 or WebEx

Tyler M. Tully

Tyler M. Tully is the director of the Resilience in Leadership Initiative at CTS. A native of Oklahoma with roots there extending before statehood, Tully earned a BA in Religious Studies and Theology from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas before graduating with an M.Div. from CTS in 2016. Tyler is also the Arthur Peacocke Scholar in Theology and Science at Exeter College, Oxford, completing his doctoral research under the supervision of Donovan O. Schaefer (U. Penn.) and Prof. Graham Ward (Oxon).

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