“Carey on the Road” is the Institute’s initiative to take seminars, workshops, courses, and retreats to the local church.
Our Church Based Program is a unique opportunity that allows for a group of students from one church, or from a regional cluster of churches, to study theology together without leaving their region. These students are able to journey together through an entire program, whether it is the Certificate/Diploma in Christian Studies or the Certificate/ Diploma in Ministry. In each location, leaders and students participate in designing a program that reflects their needs and the realities of their context. Students are taught by Carey faculty members who either come on-site for weekend sessions or offer courses online.
If you are interested in this program coming to your local church or letting us design a workshop or seminar for your context, please contact us at 604.225.5917 or email@example.com. We would love to offer our amazing resources to you!
Jan-March 2014 Organizational Leadership & Management
Why study at a church based campus?
You are serving God in a place to which He has called you. You may be volunteering in your church; you may be a staff person at your church or in a ministry; you may be a young adult looking for some answers.
But, you are also beginning to think about further education – you want to grow deeper in your faith and become more effective at what you do – and you are wondering whether you can do this without having to move cities.
The Certificate in Ministry is a set of courses at the undergraduate (Bachelor) level designed to ground you in Scripture and theology and equip you for ministry. The Diploma in Ministry is similar, but at the graduate (Master’s) level.
Join a group of people in your local church and region who want to move ahead in their faith by doing this program, and a professor will come to your community to teach you – on a weekend, so you do not have to take time away from your job. You can also take some courses online, right at your computer! You can work at your own pace – 1, 2, 3 or more courses per year. It is up to you.
You can study just for fun (for personal growth and enrichment) or for credit….and even work towards a Master’s degree if you would like to do so.
Generally classes take place on 3 weekends:
Fridays 7-10 pm
Course Fees as of April 2014:
Steps to Register: