The Historical Society of the Episcopal Church offers a Syllabi Sharing resource through its website. Syllabi include a class structure outline, texts, assignments, and resource lists. They may be used by those teaching on or reading about the history of the Episcopal Church. They may be adapted for use as a teaching series in a parish, a church history course or for personal edification.
Three syllabi are currently available from educators in the field. The Rev. Dr. Robert Prichard, recently retired from Virginia Theological Seminary, shares two syllabi. The first includes the Colonial Era and Early National Period of the Episcopal Church with the second encompassing the period from 1830 to the 21st Century. The Rev. Dr. Lauren Winner, Duke Divinity School, shares a syllabus entitled The Anglican Tradition: History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America. Educators are encouraged to submit additional syllabi that will be considered for addition to the sharing page.
Access to syllabi are a benefit of membership in the Historical Society. Members are able to log in to access a number of resources which are unavailable to the public. For information on becoming a member, visit hsec.us/membership.
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