Summer Study at Yale Divinity School


Summer Study at Yale Divinity School is two weeks away! If you have already registered, thank you. If you haven’t registered yet, take action now. The deadline to register is Monday, May 22; courses run June 5-9 and June 12-16.
Among the topics and classes at Summer Study 2017—along with perennial favorites like Bible, early church history, and preaching—are contemporary church issues, crisis ministry and pastoral self-care, and music and the arts. Highlights include:
  • Bread: A Biblical and Theological History (Andrew McGowan)
  • The Theology of Howard Thurman in a Time of Fear, Deception, and Hate (Frederick Streets)
  • Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurialism in Church Leadership (Emily Scott)
  • Reading Poetry Theologically (David Mahan)
  • Christianity in China (Chloë Starr)
  • Ministry, Mindfulness, and Well-Being (Brandon Nappi)
  • The Bible through Art and Artifact I (Julie Faith Parker)
  • Johann Sebastian Bach’s Sacred Vocal Music (Markus Rathey)
Browse the full list of courses.
Additionally, registration is still open for the Yale Youth Ministry Institute week-long course on "Nurturing Joy and Flourishing in the Midst of Affliction." The course meetings are from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. each evening, June 5–9. The registration for this program is separate from the Divinity School courses and has a special full rebate. Learn more about the Youth Ministry program and register via the YMI program page.
We'll see you on the Quad!