School of Ministry Course Schedule

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Registration Deadlines:

  • Regular registration ends 10 days prior to first class session
  • Late registration ends 24 hours prior to first class session (with a $25 Late Fee)
  • No students will be admitted for registration after the first day of class

Upcoming Courses @ Citywide Mosaic

Conflict Management for Church Leaders

This course examines how to manage and resolve conflict in the local church in a Biblical manner. Attention will be given to the tools needed to see conflict resolved successful and how ones leadership style will affect the process.

  • March 15-16, 2024 | Friday 6-9pm | Saturday 9am-4pm
  • Register by March 5.
  • Professor: Rev. Joy Hunt & Liliana Ramirez
  • Textbook: Provided with registration

Introduction to Homiletics (Preaching)

This course is a basic study of the principles of preaching in a Pentecostal context. It examines various techniques of sermon preparation and delivery including the different types of sermons, the sources of materials, the construction of sermon components, and conducting the audience response. Attention will be given to the importance of interpreting the Bible appropriately in sermon preparation.

  • April 26-27, 2024 | Friday 6pm-9pm & Saturday 9am-4pm
  • Register by April 16.
  • Professor: Rev. Moses Aleman
  • Textbook: Biblical Preaching (Robinson) | ISBN: 9780801049125

Ministerial Practicum 2: Preaching

*PRE-REQUISITE: “Introduction to Homiletics” taught in person at CityWide Mosaic on April 26-27, 2024 by Pastor Moses Aleman

The purpose of this course is to provide an opportunity for both beginning and seasoned preachers to deliver a message (just a part) and receive the comments of the instructor as well as the other students.

  • May 24-25, 2024 | Friday 6pm-9pm & Saturday 9am-4pm
  • Register by May 14.
  • Professor: Rev. Moses Aleman
  • Textbook: Biblical Preaching (Robinson) | ISBN: 9780801049125

Romans (Justification by Faith)

This course examines in detail the New Testament book of Romans. The focus will be on the major themes the Apostle Paul develops as he presents the Gospel to the believers in Rome.

  • August 1, 8, 15, 22, 2024; Thursdays 6pm-9pm
  • Register by July 20.
  • Professor: Rev. Edgar Cazares
  • Textbook: TBD

Eschatology

This course consists of a Biblical study of end-time events from a Pentecostal perspective beginning with death and the intermediate state. Various views of the end time events are compared and contrasted.

  • October 31, November 7, 14, & 21, 2024; Thursdays 6pm-9pm
  • Register by October 21.
  • Professor: Rev. Joy Hunt
  • Textbook: TBD

Questions? Contact Pastor Joy at [email protected]