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In the month of September, students will study Judaism from the traditional perspective. Students will explore the sacred texts, and aspects of spiritual care particular to this faith identity, as well as join Friday evening Shabbat service. Other areas of study in the module include: researching perspectives on spiritual care; officiating at weddings; and learning about spirituality and aging. The arts curriculum thread in September will explore Bibliodrama as a way to experience scripture, and the social justice thread will examine social change theory as a tool for justice. As always, students will have an immersion into one faith tradition as well as opportunities for explore diverse aspects of interfaith ministry.
These programs are designed to inspire, nurture and educate those who are called to serve in an Interfaith capacity in our increasingly diverse world or for those who are interested in learning more about a specific faith tradition. Our innovative programs focus on a combination of the study of world religions, an exploration of mystical paths and teachings, and spiritual care and ministry skills...all in a creatively infused context. You can take a single module or up to 3 modules total.
If you are interested in more, the Interfaith Studies program prepare students for spiritual service to people of all faiths & paths.
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- Refunds: There will be a $250 administrative fee deducted from all refunds.
- Cancellations or postponements of module attendance must be received via email to by no later than noon pacific standard time on the 1st of the month for the module being rescheduled. A cancellation that occurs later than this will result in a $120 administrative fee. If cancellation is prior to the first of the month, there will be no fee assessed. If you cancel or postpone between the first of the month and the first day of the module, you will be a charged a $120 administrative fee. [NOTE: In cases of family emergencies or unexpected health issues, appeals to waive this fee can be made to the Dean or Program Director.]
Interested in visiting?
Prospective students are welcome to attend a module class as a visitor to gain a first-hand experience of the program. All class visits are on Wednesday, the first day of each module, from 9am to approximately 1pm, followed by a meeting with our Dean. Arrangements are made ahead of time by contacting or 510-843-1442