At the Faculty of Theology of the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary we start a new program for those who already have either a BA degree in Religious Education or an MDiv degree. Two years of planning, discussion and prayer are now behind us in putting together this new program. On the part of the university I have been assigned as the one responsible for a postgraduate specialisation program. The “Spirituality and Mission in the Church” postgraduate specialisation program would be a four-semester course, with a special focus not only on personal spiritual formation but also on finding ways for personal experience to become (Reformed) collective understanding and participation in a common learning process. The goal of the course is that graduates of the program should be able to reflectively integrate self-knowledge and the knowledge of God and help others to do this, in the light of Scripture and our Reformed heritage. As I am also going to be one of those teaching the subject “Spirituality of everyday life,” the goal of this new subject to be developed is to examine how Christian spirituality manifests itself in everyday life, in its various different aspects.