Summer Fellowship

 

The Institute annually awards a Charles Simeon Fellowship to up to four seminarians. Each fellowship enables a seminarian to undertake a ten-week summer fellowship at St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral. Over the course of the summer, each fellow works with a priest/supervisor, as well as with a Lay Mentoring Committee. Each fellow is involved in every aspect of parish ministry [teaching, preaching, pastoral care, liturgy, etc.] and also participates in a formation program.

Fellowships last for a period of ten weeks. 2019 fellowships began on Saturday, May 25 and will end on Sunday, August 4.  We can negotiate slight variations within the time framework. If the fellow submits an advanced request, we can arrange time away from the parish, during the period of fellowship.

 
 

2019 Charles Simeon Institute Fellows

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Jeff Bennett just completed his first year at Duke University Divinity School, where he is involved in the Anglican/Episcopal House of Studies.  He is from North Carolina and is a graduate of The Citadel.  Jeff has been involved in Young Life and has served as an intern at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, which is his home parish. Jeff intends to seek ordination in the Anglican Diocese of the Carolinas.

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Matt Lines just completed his first semester at Trinity School for Ministry. Matt is originally from outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Geneva College, where he now works in campus ministry as an Associate with the Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO). His home parish is St. Andrew's Anglican Church (College Hill), and he is an Aspirant to Holy Orders in the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh. 

 
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Fr. Nicholas Krause
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What makes the Charles Simeon Institute special and an immensely important institution in the life of the Anglican Church in North America, is the way it helps men and women discern the calling of God on their lives, understand the particular shape of that calling, and begin to acquire the requisite skills, gifts, and habits necessary to sustain them in that vocational calling.