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Hispanic Leadership Program at Princeton Theological Seminary


La Mesa: La Pobreza, El Hambre, Y La Justicia - Herencia Lectures
14 de octubre, 2010 de 11:00 a.m. hasta las 3:30 p.m.

Herencia Lectures, 2010: Una conferencia y talleres dedicado al tema de la justicia y la salud referente a distribución de comida, alimentación, y programas que benefician a nuestras comunidades en términos de alimentación (soup kitchens), nutrición, y justa distribución.

Se puede matricular para este programa via web aqui.

Institute for Multicultural Ministry
February 17-19, 2011

A three-day institute, focused on the theme "Spirituality and Theology for a Multicultural Ministry." Participants will benefit from lectures, discussion, Bible study, fellowship, and worship. A special discount is available for early registration until December 17, 2010.

Featured Speakers

Photo of Eric Law Rev. Eric H. F. Law, an ordained Episcopalian priest, is founder and director of the Kaleidoscope institute (, established to develop competent leadership in a diverse, changing world. He is an internationally known consultant and trainer in multicultural ministry and the building of inclusive communities. Rev. Law is the author of six books, including The Wolf Shall Dwell with the Lamb: A Spirituality for Leadership in a Multicultural Community.

Photo of Elizabeth Conde-Frazier Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Conde-Frazier is Vice President of Education & Dean of Esperanza College. Previously, she was professor of religious education at the Claremont School of Theology and taught Hispanic/Latino/a theology at the Latin American Bible Institute, in California. As professor, she mentored Latino/a students and wrote in the areas of multicultural education, Latina feminist theology, the spirituality of the scholar and issues of justice as they relate to education. As founder of the Orlando E. Costas Hispanic and Latin American Ministries Program at Andover Newton Theological School, she also developed programs for the development of ministers and lay leaders including youth.

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Please click here for more information and to register. Don't forget! There's an early registration discount, so make your reservation today.

Institute for Faith and Public Life
March 10-12, 2011

Faith and Public Life Image The Institute for Faith and Public Life brings together a diverse group of experienced pastors, scholars, community activists, authors, and leaders in the non-profit world. This year's theme is "Turning the World Upside Down...Modeling Jesus' Example." All participants will benefit from several plenary lectures, Bible studies, and worship. Participants will also be able to take one of three multi-day tracks, as well as a variety of one-time workshop electives. Those who register before January 10 will receive a discount.

Intensive Tracks

Participants may register for one of three tracks. Each track will meet for three intensive sessions. The options will be: (1) Community Organizing/Prophetic Social Witness, (2) Hunger and Poverty, and (3) Faith and Public Life 101.

Workshop Electives

Participants will also be able to attend one-time workshops on topics such as: Preaching & Prophetic Social Criticism, Intellectual and Community Organizing, How to Develop a 501(c)3, Immigration, How to Develop Advocacy Organizations, and Church & Food Programs.

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Please click here for more information or to register. Special discount available if you register early!

Próximos Eventos / Save the Date

  • Institute for Latin@ Leadership: May 12-13, 2011
  • Congreguémonos 2011: May 14, 2011


El Programa de Liderazgo Hispano es un programa del Centro de Educación Continuada establecido para alimentar y fortalecer un grupo de lideres Latinos/as para servir y fortalecer la Iglesia y el mundo y expandir tus horizontes. El programa educa al liderazgo de habla hispana y portugués. Visítenos en

Also at Princeton

Convocation on the Future of Seminaries Oct 19

The Princeton Conference on Emerging Adulthood Nov 4-6

Recovering Advent Dec 2-3

Seminar on Strategic Planning for Congregations Jan 10

Called to Community

Responding to the request of pastors in the field, we've created Called to Community, a moderated social network where members can share resources, stories, and help each other in ministry. It's also a platform you can use to create private groups focused on a common interest. Check it out today.

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