Online Learning Retreat

For students enrolled in the Chaplaincy Program, attendance at two retreats is required, near the start and then the middle of the course of study. One of the two retreats may be done online in the fall but spring retreats will be held on site. In both cases, required programming will fill the days throughout

Recurring

Spiritual Care Concerns

Spiritual Care Concerns June 2 – 4 or November 10 – 12, 2023, 2 credit hours In this Ministry Basics course, areas of focus include Spiritual Care and Addiction, Ministry with the Ill and Dying; The Five Generations; Faith Styles and Stages of Faith; Grief and Loss; Depression, Suicide and Dark Night of the Soul;

ChI Talks

“ChI Talks” is a monthly event exploring facets of spirituality through an interfaith lens with the ChI Community. This month we are featuring... Trauma Chaplaincy Today. Chaplaincy is not just what happens between four walls any longer.  Trauma can happen any time, any place in our lives.  Helping victims of this trauma where they are

Spiritual Psychology

This is a 4-day course where students will integrate wisdom from various spiritual traditions: Kabbalah with Jungian; Developmental and Archetypal Psychology; Family Systems and Psychodynamic perspectives; Astrology and Alchemy. We will consider how ego development and Identity formation weaves together with soul and spiritual development. Course topics include: • Tree of Life Model • Internalizing

Science and Spirit

Science and Spirit January 5-7, 2023, 1.5 credit hours elective This 3-day course will focus on science itself as a source for wonder, contemplation and transformative meaning. Challenging the stereotypes that paint spirituality and science as incompatible, participants will travel between first-person experiences, depictions of the Cosmos, and key developing areas of science. Day 1: 

$510

SD-Only Module 5

For students currently enrolled in the Spiritual Direction program. Our Interfaith Spiritual Direction Certificate Program teaches a non-directive Interfaith approach. We do not believe in telling people how to think, what to believe, how they are supposed to feel, or what to do in any specific circumstances. We believe that the person who comes to