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In Time of Social Distancing, New Ways to Worship Emerge
Candler students are no longer on campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has shut down much of the world. But that won't stop the school from providing ongoing opportunities for an integral piece of seminary life: worship. Assistant Dean of Worship and Music Khalia J. Williams says that upholding worship life virtually is key to moving through this crisis and reminding Candler students, staff, and faculty that they are still united in Christ.

REAL International Engagement: Where Will You Go?
REAL International Engagement: Where Will You Go?
Arriving at Candler is only the start. From here, who knows where your studies might take you? From studying evangelism in South America to working for clean water in Haiti, dozens of Candler students have life-changing experiences each year in our varied international programs.
Candler Connection
The last issue of Connection was published in fall of 2015. A lot has happened since then! In this issue, we’ll catch you up on the most significant happenings that have shaped our community in the interim. We’ll also consider the theme “Rethink,” as in The United Methodist Church’s campaign to “Rethink Church,” and Candler’s own innovations to think in a new way about pastoral leadership.