Our Fellows Program offers 3 options.

Metro fellow    |    ministry fellow    |    peace & reconciliation fellow

All Fellows participate together in most program elements (such as living in community, education and events) while Ministry Fellows have a particular focus on ministry and Peace & Reconciliation Fellows focus on the work of peacemaking.

Read more about the 3 options below and download all documents needed to apply for the 2018 - 19 Metro Fellows Program.  

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us! Or read our program overview.

 

application documents

·      3 days/week paid internship or job in area of interest, Washington DC metro area.

·      2 day/week, ministry with affiliated local church in designated area (inc. Sunday ministry).

·      Undertake 9 month Asbury Leadership Program, Certificate in Missional Theology.

·      Attend regular roundtables and leadership events with all Metro Fellows.

·      Participate in the Metro Fellows community and social events.

 

·      5 days/week: ministry work with affiliated local church in designated area(s).

·      Undertake 9 month Asbury Leadership Program, Certificate in Missional Theology.

·      Attend regular roundtables and leadership events with all Metro Fellows.

·      Participate in the Metro Fellows community and social events.

 

·      2 -3 days/week: internship with a peacemaking non-profit, Washington DC metro area.

·      2 days/week: ministry with Truro Anglican, a peacemaking church (inc. Sunday ministry).

·      Undertake 9 month Asbury Leadership Program, Certificate in Missional Theology.

·      Attend regular roundtables and leadership events with all Metro Fellows.

·      Participate in the Metro Fellows community and social events.

 

 Some of our previous Fellows on top of Old Rag, Shenandoah National Park.

Some of our previous Fellows on top of Old Rag, Shenandoah National Park.