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Faith Formation for Multi-Racial Contexts (M467INT): Course Reserves

Resources for Multi-Racial Congregations as Faith Formation (M467INT), Spring 2022

Course Description

This class will explicitly explore how the process and practice of faith formation promotes the ongoing development of multi-racial, multicultural and theologically diverse congregations. This course is planned as a travel course, with a required trip to Minneapolis from Friday, April 8 through Sunday, April 10. (Spring Break is April 4-8.) If COVID prevents travel, we will plan a virtual intensive during that time instead. However, if the trip does go forward, virtual participation will not be an option. You should expect an initial assignment due by the second Friday of the term, preparatory work before the trip and integration work afterward. [from Populi]

Multi-Racial Congregations as Faith Formation (M467INT)

Course Reserves Policies

Each term, Meadville Lombard library staff put at least one copy of every required and recommended textbook on reserve. In some cases, we have extra copies of books that are assigned for courses and those copies are available in the general circulating collection. Whenever possible, ebook versions of assigned texts are also available.

Course reserve books circulate like main collection Wiggin Library books, for 4 weeks at a time with the option to renew up to 4 months. Students should request course reserve books only from the courses they are enrolled in.

Course Reserves Help

Visit the Using the Online Catalog guide for help with:

  • Finding course reserve books in the catalog
  • Requesting to borrow books from the Wiggin Library and I-Share libraries
  • Managing your library account: requests, loans, and renewals
  • Home delivery of library books

Visit the Using Ebooks guide for help with:

  • Finding ebooks in the catalog
  • Using ebook platforms to access library ebooks, including Ebook Central

If you have other questions, just ask!

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