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Wiley sets 4th Summer Youth Theology Summit

Wiley sets 4th Summer Youth Theology Summit
Posted By: Elynor Moss on June 10, 2019

Wiley College will kick off its fourth Running with the Giants Youth Theology Summit with two sessions this year.



The first two-week summer residential session is for 11th and 12 graders and will run June 8 through June 22. The second two-week summer residential session is for 9th and 10th graders and will run July 6 through July 20. Both summer sessions are designed for students looking to strengthen their faith as young adults dealing with contemporary issues. The program is also tailored to students who are considering careers in the ministry.

The summer sessions will involve participants in worship activities, theological study and a community service project.



Students will take courses in Bible, Worship, Discipleship, Ministry and Ethics. These will be taught by the Wiley College Religion faculty with special topic workshops taught by local area ministers.

There is no cost to attend , but space is limited. Interested students or parents should contact Dr. Solomon Waigwa at 903-927-3347 or by email at swaigwa@wileyc.edu, or Ms. Shammia Williams at 903-927-3314 or by email at swilliams@wileyc.edu.

Click to hear Ms. Jackie Holloway, Instructor of Religion, and Ms. Shammia Williams, Program Manager for the Youth Theology Summit, discuss the summer sessions on KTAL NBC 6.

https://www.wileyc.edu/
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