09 Jun United Methodist Polity

United Methodist Polity

Claremont School of Theology
Completion Time: One Semester - 15 weeks
CEUs: 2
Tuition: $880 per unit
Instructor(s): Jack Jackson
Contact Info: Murad Dibbini

Class Description

This course examines the missional priorities, ecclesiological forms, structure, and governance of the United Methodist Church that undergird its effort to "make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world". Students will explore the church's doctrinal statements as well as its understanding of ordination, conferencing, superintendency, and the local church. This course is designed to meet the United Methodist Church's ordination requirements for a course in UMC Polity.

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