Supervised Ministry Basics & Forms
In the rapidly changing landscape of the church in the world, supervised ministry fosters excellent pastoral and educational leadership. Supervised ministry courses cultivate theological integration through theological reflection and assessment of ministerial practice enhanced by the interaction between interns, supervisors, peers, mentoring teams, and the instructor. In many denominations, supervised ministry in a parish setting is an ordination or certification requirement. Approved internship sites for Charlotte and Richmond are listed on our website.
|M.Div. Degree:||Six credit hours|
|M.A.C.E. Degree:||Six credit hours|
|Dual Degree:||M.Div./M.A.C.E. |
Six credit hours in either a parish or agency/institutional setting
Six credit hours in either a parish or agency/institutional setting with a specific Christian Education focus
Internships must be served at two different sites
Six credit hours in a parish setting and optional CITW199 Community Engagement internship
Six credit hours in a parish with Christian Education focus and optional CITW199 Community Engagement internship
- Thought about your ministerial discernment call? How your internship will enhance your discernment and call?
- Contacted your CPM/BOOM or judicatory representative concerning internship requirements?
- Consulted with your instructor concerning your supervised ministry plans?
- Filled out your Internship Request Form?
- Connected with your site supervisor to discuss the internship and shared the site application?
- Submit the internship request form to your instructor.
- Have your supervisor submit the site application form to your instructor.
- Register for your internship in SONIS by the registration deadline.