Education for Ministry (EfM)
EfM is a mentored, four-year program of study and small group participation which invites participants to deepen our understanding of the church’s rich history and to empower a life of individual and community discipleship. Bible study and theological reflection, as well as history and theology are all included in the course of the program. Read more about EfM here.
While a four-year commitment may seem daunting, most participants find that EfM becomes a vital and treasured part of their week, and there is flexibility in completion of the program. All four years may be completed concurrently, or students can take a break and return when the time is right, picking up where they left off. Education for Ministry is a nationwide program administered by the School of Theology at Sewanee, so it is also possible to transfer your enrollment if life moves you into or away from a group at Saint John’s.
This year we are registering two classes. If you’re interested in learning more about EfM or want to register for a class, please contact Tina Clark.
EfM at Saint John’s Cathedral
Wednesday evenings during Cathedral Night with Tammy Larimore and Gaile Koehler
EfM on Zoom
Tuesday evenings with Johannah Leuchter.