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Hartford International seeks to serve the community by providing introductory and experientially based theological education on a schedule convenient to both clergy and lay leaders.

The programs are designed to help participants strengthen their faith, develop their spirituality, and learn to engage more effectively in the ministries of their churches, faith groups and local communities.

Students in these programs form valuable relationships with other students in their courses. They are encouraged to participate in other educational events and programs offered by the Hartford International University.

Hartford International seeks to serve the community by providing introductory and experientially based theological education on a schedule convenient to both clergy and lay leaders. The programs are designed to help participants strengthen their faith, develop their spirituality, and learn to engage more effectively in the ministries of their churches, faith groups and local communities. Students in these programs form valuable relationships with other students in their courses. They are encouraged to participate in other educational events and programs offered by the HIU. 

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