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This course is attuned to the contextual nature of learning and ministry; alignedwith the values of Unitarian Universalism and the mission of MLTS; alert to the strategic roles, tasks, and callings of liberal religious ministry; aware of the need for contemporary liberal religious ministers to partner with communities and resources outside of religious liberalism; and attentive to the complex cultural factors and dynamics that affect effective (mutually beneficial) community partnerships. The overarching purpose of the seminar is to provide occasion for the reflective integration of students’ practical site experiences with theoretical learning. Student experiences in the field serve as this course’s primary texts, and these will be critically examined in light of an array of multidisciplinary, multimedia secondary texts.

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