Children and Families ministry is an exciting and highly rewarding area of ministry practice.
Pilgrim Theological College – in association with Stirling Theological College – is pleased to be able to offer the Graduate Certificate in Children and Families Ministry.
The Graduate Certificate in Children and Families Ministry is awarded by the University of Divinity and presents an opportunity to enhance your ministry skills, to increase your capacity for engaging ministry and to learn in a caring, interactive and stimulating environment with others committed to intentional ministry with children and their families.
Offering a unique breadth of engagement unavailable elsewhere, you’ll enjoy becoming one of the first holders of the Graduate Certificate in Children and Families Ministry in Australia and will have the confidence that you are more fully equipped for your ministry.
The Graduate Certificate in Children and Families Ministry [GCCFM]
The Graduate Certificate in Children and Families Ministry consists of three 15-point units, two of which are compulsory and delivered in the form of Intensive units, while the third unit is selected in consultation with the Pilgrim Theological College Coursework Co-ordinator.
1) Children and Families Ministry: Core Issues in Diverse Contexts (February 2016);
2) The Nurture and Spiritual Guidance of Children (November 2016); and
3) A further 15-point unit.
The University of Divinity Graduate Certificate in Children and Families Ministry is your pathway to both enhancement of your ministry capacity and formal recognition of your skills in ministry with children and their families.
Download the course brochure for more details or contact one the people below to discuss your enrolment
The Coursework Co-ordinators at Pilgrim Theological College, Fotini Toso, and Stirling Theological College, John Williamson, can discuss entry requirements and provide details on course structure and enrolment information.