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MDiv - Anglican Track

The Master of Divinity, Anglican Studies track offers Gordon-Conwell students the opportunity to undertake theological education in a thoughtfully evangelical, inter-denominational setting while also following a plan of formation for ministry in the Anglican tradition. The goal of this MDiv track is to prepare students for ordination and lay leadership in the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA).

Program

In addition to the core Gordon-Conwell M.Div. program, students take four courses from the Trinity School for Ministry:

  • Global Anglicanism
  • The Anglican Way of Theology
  • Conducting Worship in the Prayer Book Tradition
  • Advanced Church Ministry and Sacraments – or – God and the Holy Spirit: Church Ministry and Sacraments

While all decisions concerning academic preparedness for ordination rest with a student’s Bishop, these courses cover core topics such as ethics, the Anglican spiritual tradition, and both theoretical and practical liturgics. Students at Gordon-Conwell are able to take these courses during M. Div. studies, rather than after them, potentially saving both time and expense.  See the full list of degree requirements here.

Community

Regular denominational meetings, Prayer Book worship, and occasional special events help build community and a shared sense of Anglican ethos. Students also learn from one another as they discover a wider range of expressions of the Anglican way of following Christ than may have been their experience prior to seminary.

At Gordon-Conwell, students will interact not only with others in the same tradition, but Christians from numerous other traditions from around the world. This diversity, along with academic rigor, involvement from area clergy, and the opportunities afforded by the Boston Theological Institute, makes Gordon-Conwell a unique setting for Anglican training.

Contact

For more information, please contact the admissions office at 1-800-428-7329 or via email.