Cherry Hill Seminary Graduates Present at Parliament of World’s Religions

Parliament of the World’s Religions

For Immediate Release: October 13, 2021   Cherry Hill Seminary Graduates Present at Parliament of World’s Religions A human need for support Old notions of spiritual support or ministry have historically concentrated on one leader or location. Yet, even before the pandemic, traditional place-based spiritual communities and support services were subject to social changes. Most of these changes are the result of increased mobility, personal independence, generational change, and a growing number of people who identify as some variety of Pagan or who blend earth-based spirituality with one or more religious background. Studies show that most Pagans are unaffiliated with…

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Shifting the Balance

Help us shift the balance towards an ever-stronger, ever better Cherry Hill Seminary. At the autumn equinox, Cherry Hill Seminary pauses to reflect on this year. Even in these uncertain times, we have flourished. For example, thanks to your investment in quality education we were able to: Pioneer a Pagan SpiDir (Spiritual Direction Certificate) cohort, which began their two-year journey towards offering their own services as a spiritual director. Launch Coming to the Center, an online interview series with thought leaders, scholars, & experts in Pagan spirituality. Engage a consultant to review our entire curriculum, map learning outcomes, and develop…

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New Book Published by CHS Executive Director

New Book Published by CHS Executive Director We are delighted to announce that Constellated Ministry: A Guide for Those Serving Today’s Pagans by Cherry Hill Seminary’s Executive Director, Holli S. Emore, is now available for purchase, courtesy of Equinox Publishing. A book on Pagan ministry, we are proud of this contribution to the broader community and hope that future spiritual leaders will lean on its content for guidance as the develop their ministerial practice. “There are no easy answers here; we are attempting to chart a map for a constantly moving starscape. My hope is that not only Pagans will…

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Parting Words: Candace Kant, Ph.D.

From Our Outgoing Academic Dean: Dear Students, Faculty, Staff and Board Leadership, I have genuinely enjoyed serving as Academic Dean for the past three years and have been honored to be able to work with the dedicated, committed, talented, and enthusiastic students, faculty, and administration of Cherry Hill Seminary. In my three years as Academic Dean we have reviewed our curriculum and our degrees and have continued to prepare for eventual accreditation. We have provided both graduate and Insights courses that are needed by our community. I am very proud of what has been accomplished, the growth we have had…

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