Doctor of Ministry Degree's Urban Ministry Track

At the heart of the Doctor of Ministry urban ministry track is the visions for a Beloved Community, as described by Josiah Royce and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Students in the Doctor of Ministry urban ministry track will be further equipped to seek faithful solutions to urban challenges. These include homelessness, gentrification, addiction, poor school infrastructure, health care access, unemployment, and illiteracy.

The urban ministry track is offered once every four years. Coursework is completed in intensive, two-week classes, which are held in January and May.

Core Courses

These courses are representative of Wesley’s offerings for D.Min. core coursework:

  • Leadership and Practice in the Beloved Community
  • Engaging the Powers
  • Criminal Justice Ministries
  • Urban Church Transformation
  • Paul's Urban Ministry
  • Preaching toward the Beloved Community in the Urban Context
  • Project Seminar
  • Health and Urban Issues

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