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December 7-11, 2021 Distance Learning Week
December 7, 2021 at 6:00 PM - December 11, 2021 at 5:00 PM EST
2021 December Distance Learning
Welcome to our 2021 Distance Learning Program. Below you will find the schedule of upcoming classes for the upcoming Distance Learning Week along with their descriptions.
Prerequisites will not be required to register for Distance Learning courses. Certification students will, however, be held to prerequisite requirements before testing.
Members and Non-Members: $80 for each 1 credit class (No vouchers will be accepted for online education)
Registration deadline is 24 hours prior to the start of each individual class.
All classes for the week can be purchased at the Camp Chesterfield Storefront
The registration process is different this year. When you purchase your classes, you will receive an email with instructions to download the files that contains the details and registration link for the classes. Make sure you download the files promptly and follow the instructions to register for the classes on Zoom.
Tuesday & Thursday
December 7 & 9, 8:00-10:00pm EDT
Spiritual Healing Service Practicum with Andrew Light
With guidance and direction from the instructor, this practicum prepares the student to personally and confidently present a spiritual healing service to a church or a private group. Students should come prepared to present a spiritual healing service invocation, benediction, a short healing meditation and a sermonette. *Prerequisite: Spiritual Healing II
Wednesday & Friday
December 8 & 10, 6:00-8:00pm EDT
Natural Law 2 (M) with Rev. Terry Ryan
This class is a continued study of natural laws of the universe and how to use them to balance our lives. *Prerequisite: Natural Law I
Saturday, December 11, 12-5pm EDT
1 hour break included
Ancient Studies of the Afterlife (E) with Rev. Normandi Ellis
By studying what happens to us when we die, we engage in a more meaningful mode of living. This course offers a look into an understanding of the afterlife from various traditions, including the Egyptian, Celtic, Maya and Tibetan traditions. These texts will then be compared to modern texts about the afterlife.