Join us with Church Planting Canada as they host an engaging conference that equips and encourages the church for mission in their neighbourhood. You can find a schedule of the congress as well as pre-conference session and list of speakers by checking out their website by clicking here!
Spend a day under the teaching of missiologist Michael Frost, talking about the rapidly changing culture of the Church and how we equip and empower our congregations to reach the neighbourhoods they live and work in.
Come alongside leaders from across several denominations in the Maritimes as we share, discuss and encourage each other for ministry.
Come and gain a fresh perspective on the Canadian Church by turning to current empirical data and analysis and stirring timely theological and practical considerations regarding religious and cultural realities inside and outside of Canadian congregations. This one-day event, led by Joel Thiessen, Ph.D., of Ambrose University, is ideal for church and denominational leaders as well as church members.
To learn more, contact the EP Wahl Centre by calling 1-780-431-5200 or e-mailing email@example.com
What if people in congregations were to step out into the community, not to recruit people or to offer charity, but simply to learn to be with others without agenda and open to what the Spirit might already be doing ahead of them in the lives of people all around them?
This seminar looks at the importance of structuring our churches around the planting of missional communities in local neighbourhoods. The church is formed around mission, shaped by practices and empowered by the Spirit as it is sent into local mission fields.
Cam will be speaking on Level 2, Room 10.
What if we’re all called, equipped and empowered to bear witness in our everyday lives –and the great commission and great commandment are linked? What if the place to begin is right next door? Explore the theology and practice of discovering and joining God’s mission by being good neighbours.
Karen will be speaking on Level 2, Room 10.