|Dates||Winter Term: November 8, 2023 – January 31, 2024|
|Time||Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30pm EST|
|Cost||$300 for SSFM credit|
$150 to audit
|Professor||The Rev. Erin Jean Warde|
|Course of Study||Continuing Education|
Join the Rev. Erin Jean Warde in a 10-week discernment of how we are in relationship with alcohol. In this course, the discernment will be both interior and exterior, as you learn more about alcohol in the global and cultural context, and are given tools to look inward spiritually. You’ll explore how alcohol affects us in mind, body, and soul, such that you will be encouraged to get prayerfully curious about how drinking shows up in your life, while trusting how the Spirit leads you into answering the question: How do I want to be in relationship with alcohol? This course will engage spiritual reflection and practical theology, as it covers how alcohol affects a variety of aspects of life and faith, such as: cultural norms, its use in religious spaces, hospitality, embodiment, trauma, social justice, releasing judgment around substances, and caring for those who struggle in their relationship with alcohol.
This 10-week course will be offered via Zoom on Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 pm, beginning November 8, 2023 and ending January 31, 2024.
The course can be taken for credit as a part of the Stevenson School for Ministry for $300. It can also be taken as a continuing education class that allows you to sit in on classes, participate in conversations, and no assignment submission is needed for $150. Register on EventBrite for this course.