Carol Long, Coordinator
Director, Seminary Internships
St. Peter's has a strong history of supporting seminarians. It has had a Seminarian Internship program since it's founding. In addition, many St. Peter's parishioners seeking a vocation in God's church have gone off to seminary.
A Conference for Seminarians
St. Peter's Anglican Church
March 3 - 6, 2012
Do you feel overwhelmed and lost amidst the torrent of knowledge you are gaining in Divinity School - the vagaries of the historicalcritical method, the intricacies of systematics and the sheer weight of church history - and, wondering all the while, “How do I use all this that I am learning to bless a parish?” We invite you to join us at St. Peter’s for a Conference for Seminarians as we explore the practicalities and beauties of shepherding God’s people towards the everlasting holy places. We gather in worship, pray and break bread together, and hear from priests earnestly putting into practice the high calling of serving Christ’s church in Word and Sacrament. We also invite you to experience the warm embrace of a vibrant parish. You will be connected with parish families who will house, feed and pray for you while you are here and in the years to come.
Please RSVP to Carol Long, Director of Seminarian Internships, by email (email@example.com) or phone (850-519-1988) by February 3, 2012. A maximum of thirty (30) participants can be accommodated, so please make plans as soon as possible.
Summer Seminary Fellows
For several years during the summer, St. Peter's has hosted a divinity student from Duke Divinity School to give him or her practical experience in the operation of a large parish. Now, St. Peter’s serves not only as a teaching parish for students from Duke University Divinity School, but also Trinity School for Ministry and Nashotah House Theological Seminary. The student is placed with us in the summer for ten weeks and participates in the life and ministry of St. Peter’s. Working under the supervision of St. Peter’s clergy and Carol Long, our Fellows are able to experience parish ministry in its fullness so as to be better able to discern his or her calling.
Seminarians from St. Peter's
St. Peter’s has three parishioners seeking a vocation in God's church: Anna Masi and Wesley Williams, attending Duke Divinity School and Evan Simington, attending Nashotah House Theological Seminary. In addition, catch up on our former seminarians.