CALL & MONEY
6-week course for young adults age 21-35.
2017 Registration is CLOSED. Please stay tuned for the course offering again in the spring of 2018.
Dates and Times
Tuesdays, April 4th – May 9th, 2017, 6:00-8:30pm (includes a light vegetarian supper)
Durham & Chapel Hill
- We will send you location details upon your registration for either the Durham or Chapel Hill class.
Cost: $60 – $240 sliding scale fee
- $60 (covers meals only)
- $120 (covers meals and materials costs)
- $240 (covers meals, materials, and program costs)
About Call & Money:
Callings come in many forms: “A calling may be to do something (change careers, go back to school, have a child) or to be something (more creative, less judgmental, more loving),” says Gregg Levoy in his groundbreaking book Callings.
In this course, you will learn how to discern a call and find the resources to support your call as your life evolves. You will explore the ways your money style, relationships, history, and attitude affect your ability to respond to call. You will learn how to develop a relationship with money that empowers you to live according to your values and make choices that support your callings.
This class is open to young adults age 21-35. It is hosted by Johnson Service Corps, a year-long program for young adults to grow as servant leaders through social justice internships, Christian spiritual formation, vocational discernment, and intentional community living. JSC is a member of the national Episcopal Service Corps and practices ecumenical and interfaith welcome to all.
Chapel Hill Instructors
The Rev. John de Beer, D.Min.(Congregational Development), MA(Theology), B.Sc.(Mathematics and Physics) has for decades been a key player in pioneering adult faith formation programs, most notably the Education for Ministry Program at the University of the South where has been training mentors since 1977, and the Leadership Development Initiative – Transforming parish teams through spiritual practice, organizational development and local action.
Jamie Jacobs is a certified C.O.R.E. Mentor/Coach with a background in organizational development and small business coaching. Jamie began her involvement with JSC as a mentor and Servant Leadership student in 2014. Most recently, she has served as Program Director since March 2016.
The Rev. David Frazelle has served as an Episcopal priest in the Triangle for the past twelve years. He enjoys practicing and teaching Christian spirituality and spending time with his wife, two children, two dogs, four chickens, and various flora and fauna.
Mia Hutchins-Cabibi, MIPH (International Health & Nutrition), B.A. (World Religions & Asian Studies) is a current Masters of Divinity student at Duke and has spent the last decade in various positions across the fields of victim support, health and wellness, and pastoral care. She believes spiritual, emotional, and physical health of individuals and communities is essential to living an abundant life.