What needs do you see?
Joshur Mazzone, the new Pathways community member and MAPS degree student, shares his ideas about the changing needs of the Church and how Pathways@CTU can help address these needs to build a more inclusive Church.
What needs do you see in the Church? How do you hope to help the people of God thrive?
Building and Maintaining Relationships for Social Justice
Pathways@CTU, a new Living-Learning community of students, will serve as a catalyst to help deepen CTU’s institutional commitment to justice and activism with new programming, new outreach, and new insights to bring to their classrooms and the Church.
The Pathways@CTU program is focused on forming young adults, especially those from Hispanic/Latin@, African American, Asian American/Pacific Islander, and LGBTQ+, and other marginalized groups, for ministry in today’s Church.
Over the course of a two year mutual commitment, this community of students will earn a Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies while receiving:
- Full-tuition scholarship
- Graduate assistantship
- Intentional community living with housing provided
- Living stipend
- Integrated personal and community formation
- Leadership development