Monday, November 8, 2010

Fellows in Residence Program at St. Paul's Parish

Nathan Humphrey (who blogs at Covenant and Communion in Conflict) has passed along information to me about the Fellows-in-Residence Program at St. Paul's Parish in Washington DC.  Anglicans in the anglo-catholic tradition or those interested in anglo-catholic formation should look into this opportunity.

As far as I can tell, Anglicans from continuing churches, AMiA, CANA, ACNA, etc. would not be allowed to take part in this program, so a good deal of Anglican readers of this blog may not qualify.  But do read the FAQ on this to see if yours is an exceptional case of some sort.

The Fellows-in-Residence program provides a unique opportunity for clergy and laity to live and work temporarily as part of the St. Paul’s community. The Fellows program has two goals: sharing St. Paul’s rich liturgical, musical, human, and pastoral resources with clergy and lay colleagues, and receiving their gifts in return.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, I would so be interested in this at some point. Thanks for bringing it to our attention, Evan.