Doctor of Ministry in Community Organizing (DMin)
The DMin in Community Organizing brings you together clergy, lay people, and an interdisciplinary group of organizer-scholars who practice various forms of community organizing in local, national, and international contexts. Together, we teach and learn the theological, philosophical and practical skills of community organizing, while conducting ground-breaking research on the practice of organizing in congregations and communities.
My time at Garrett-Evangelical has given me excellent resources to be a clergyperson in the secular, public sphere through engagement with community organizations and political movements. In my current ministry as a denominational staff member resourcing new United Methodist churches, I am better equipped to provide training, coaching, and consulting to a new generation of spiritual entrepreneurs.