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Bishop's School, Spring Semester

BISHOP'S SCHOOL- SPRING 2012

The courses for the spring session of Bishop's School are:
    New Testament - taught by The Reverend Daniel Gunn - AM session
    Ethics and Moral Theology - taught by The Reverend John Heffner - PM session

The dates are:
    January 28
    February 4, 25
    March 3, 17, 31
    April 14, 21, 28
    May 5 (12 is a snow day)

The morning session will be from 9:30-11:30, lunch from 11:30-noon,
afternoon session from 12-2.

The classes will meet at St. Stephen's in Wilkes-Barre.

Because the focus of Bishop's School is to prepare vocational deacons, the curriculum is designed
to meet the canonical requirement for this ministry.  However, anyone is welcome to attend the classes. 
People in the ordination process may only miss one session and still receive credit for the course.  The
classes rotate so that someone may enter at the beginning of ay semester and continue through the
three year program. 

The fee is $75 for each class and is payable with registration.  Checks should be written to:  The Diocese
of Bethlehem, marked for Bishop's School.

To register, please email jteter@diobeth.org (or mail to Canon Teter at Diocesan House, 333 Wyandotte St.
Bethlehem, PA  18015) the following information:  your name, address, pone number(s), and email address. 
We need to be able to reach you in case of inclement weather or other last minute changes in the schedule.

The texts required for the classes are:

New Testament
    An Introduction to the New Testament by Raymond Brown.

Ethics and Moral Theology
    The Oxford Annotated Bible, any ed.  (New Interpreters' and Harper-Collins study Bibles are acceptable but not             preferred).
    The Book of Common Prayer

(Note:  All of these books are available from Amazon.com - both new and used).

If you have questions, please contact Canon Teter.

The Rev. Canon Jane B Teter
Diocese of Bethlehem
333 Wyandotte St.
Bethlehem, PA  18015
610-691-5655 ext 228
jteter@diobeth.org

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