“Life in the Spirit” (Tentative Theme) – Exploring Anglican Conference – 2022
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“We are thrilled that Asbury Seminary is developing a new Anglican Studies program that brings together formation and mission to help train leaders in the Anglican tradition.”
-The Rt. Rev. John Guernsey,
Bishop of the Diocese of the Mid Atlantic
“Where can you combine Anglican community life, access to great local Anglican churches, and a solid Anglican studies program from a world class seminary? Asbury offers exactly that!”
-The Rev. Canon Greg Goebel, Canon to the Ordinary
Anglican Diocese of the South
Directors of Asbury Seminary Anglican Formation and Studies
The Rev. Canon Dr. Winfield Bevins is the Director of Church Planting and co-director of Anglican Formation at Asbury Theological Seminary. He is also an adjunct professor and guest lecturer at various seminaries and universities in the United States and England. He has a Doctor of Ministry from Southeastern Seminary in Wake Forest North Carolina and is pursuing a PhD at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. Winfield has published several articles and is the author of several books, including Ever Ancient Ever New: The Allure of Liturgy for a New Generation. Creed: Connect to the Essentials of Historic Christian Faith, and Our Common Prayer: A Field Guide to Common Prayer. He is a priest in the Anglican Church in North America and serves as the Canon for Culture and Mission for the Diocese of the Carolinas.
The Rev. Prof. Michael D. Matlock is a professor of Inductive Biblical Studies, Old Testament and Early Judaism at Asbury Theological Seminary and co-director of the Anglican Formation and Studies program. He also serves as the Chair of the Department of Inductive Biblical Studies.
Fr. Michael serves as an Anglican priest in Versailles, Kentucky. He also works as a consultant and teacher for congregations in the areas of Bible and theology through adult forums, workshops, and seminars. He teaches and preaches in such areas as the Psalms and Spiritual Formation, Daniel and the Apocalypse, Prayers in the Bible and Second Temple Jewish Literature, Old Testament, Bible Study Methodology, Apocrypha & Pseudepigrapha, and Rabbinics.
He loves leading seminarians and pilgrims from church groups to Israel, Egypt, Jordan, and Turkey. For additional details, see http://asburyseminary.edu/person/dr-michael-d-matlock/