McCormick Theological Seminary

Fellowship in Prayer awarded in 2016 a Sacred Journey Grant to McCormick Theological Seminary’s Center for Faith and Service in order to support development of a new curriculum, Prayers of the People, an online 12-week course for young adults engaged in volunteer service programs.  The course shows students how social location has been reflected and contested in and through prayer; and how prayer continues to be a spiritual, bodily, affective, and social "event."

About The Center for Faith and Service

Based out of McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, Illinois, the Center for Faith and Service works to develop new programs and identify existing resources that support the church to be present and relevant in the lives of young adults. Through a variety of initiatives, The Center partners with seminaries, summer camps, colleges, youth corps, denominations and local congregations to create programs and resources that help young people connect their passions for service and justice with their faith.

About McCormick Theological Seminary

McCormick’s mission: We are a community of learning and teaching, challenged by the Holy Spirit and grounded in God's transforming love for the world in Jesus Christ.  We are called to nurture the gifts of women and men for faithful Christian ministry and leadership through rigorous academic study, practical experience and spiritual formation.  A seminary of the Presbyterian Church (USA) since 1829 and a progressive leader within the Reformed tradition, we are committed to institutional life, scholarship and ministry that are ecumenical, urban and cross-cultural.

For more information, http://www.faithandservice.org