This unit will foster an adult faith-learning community in which students will be helped to explore the dynamics of three interconnected elements in their lives in formation for ministry in the Anglican tradition: identity, vocation and mission. The key aim of this unit is to enable learning of Anglican understandings of dynamics of public representation in ministry, with various supporting aims within that central purpose. These include enabling understanding of patterns of Anglican communal life and daily prayer; Anglican understandings of church, culture and sociality; current issues in Anglican ecclesiology and the diverse self-understanding of the Anglican Communion. It will also introduce methods of theological reflection that assist the integration of Scripture of life experience for ministry.
Articulate an understanding of the relationship between the ministry of the individual and the ministry of all God's people
Reflect on their understanding of their personal vocation in the light of life experience and their developing understanding of the Anglican tradition of Christian faith
Identify and demonstrate effective use of a range of models of theological reflection to assist in reflective practice in ministry
Discuss the way in which the Anglican Church in Australia embodies an Anglican polity.
Lectures, seminars, discussion, online and face to face
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Unit approved for the University of Divinity by Maggie Kappelhoff on 13 Oct, 2020
Unit record last updated: 2020-10-13 12:33:54 +1100