Spirituality of the Psalms–Retreat led by John Bell, Iona Community

Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (The) (SSJD)

For many believers, the psalms comprise an essential part of the liturgy of Holy Communion–a welcome pause between the Old Testament reading and the Epistle. The psalms are much more than this. They are words which nourished the spirituality of Jesus. They abound in insights regarding God’s relationship with the natural world, text that offer …
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Conflict Assessment: Preparing Parties for Mediation

Credence and Co.

This exciting workshop offered over four mornings, provides you with an in-depth opportunity to explore the issues and dynamics involved in working with conflicted parties prior to an intervention. You will discuss matters of screening and assessment and will work through a five-stage assessment model. This workshop is engaging, the role plays really are fun and those who …
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Silent Virtually-Directed In-Home Retreat

Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (The) (SSJD)

A trained spiritual guide will meet with you twice (by telephone, Zoom, or Skype) during your retreat silence and solitude to help you listen for the movement of God in your prayer and life journey. Retreat Details: 1) Please note that handouts (if applicable) will be sent out 2-3 days before the retreat 2) The zoom link and retreat …
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The Spirituality of the Book of Kells

Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (The) (SSJD)

Our most frequent expression of faith employs words. In contrast, in the Middle Ages, most people’s knowledge of Scripture was oral and visual rather than written. In Celtic Christianity the creative arts stood at the centre of church activity, not at its margins. Art was an act of worship. Gospel books such as the Book …
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Anglican Origins: Uncovering the Roots of our Tradition

Montreal Diocesan Theological College

What is Anglicanism and where does it come from? Many people might answer this question by pointing to the English Reformation, Henry VIII, and the Church of England. But Anglicanism’s roots are deeper and broader than this history suggests. This latest offering in Dio’s popular series of non-credit courses explores the origins and development of the …
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Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

Wycliffe College

WYB1012Y Summary:   The goal of the course is to equip both students training for designated ministry and those students who wish to continue in advanced degree studies with a working knowledge of biblical Hebrew, as well as for subsequent study in syntax and exegesis. The course itself takes the full academic year (Fall and …
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Winter 2021 Transformational Coaching Session

New Leaf Network

Lead From Transformation in partnership with New Leaf Network invites you to explore Transformational Coaching. Transformational Coaching is a 9-week online experience that equips you with coaching skills and practices while giving you transformational tools so you can better coach and lead from your own transformation. Transformational Coaching started in 2016 and has trained close …
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Anglican History and Theology

Montreal Diocesan Theological College

This course is a broad overview of the history and theology of Anglicanism, Particular focus is placed on theological debates in the Anglican tradition. The first half of the course covers key themes in Anglican history, including the contested nature of Anglicanism, the ecumenical involvement of Anglican churches, the legacy of establishment, and the public …
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Contemplative Prayer – Online

Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (The) (SSJD)

The following courses will be taught by Sister Constance Joanna Gefvert, who for the past 16 years has taught in the Pastoral Theology department of Wycliffe College (one of the participating colleges in the Toronto School of Theology at the University of Toronto). These courses are non-credit, for personal enrichment, and require no registration with …
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