Leading Reserved Sacrament – Fall 2022

Anglican Diocese of Calgary (The)

Are you a Lay Minister seeking to get a license for ministry? Or are you just interested in learning more? If so, please join us as we explore all you need to lead services of Reserved Sacrament in your parish and community! To Register or for more information please contact Barbara Labrecque by emailing: [email protected]

Christian Thought and Culture I

Regent College

This course and its partner, CTC II, are organized around the theme of “Christian Humanism.” Christian Humanism is our name for an integrative, Christ-centred approach to human identity and world-engagement that flows directly from the gospel and its interpretation in the early church. “God became human so that we could become fully human by becoming …
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Feminist Leadership For Justice, Equity and Ecology

St. Francis Xavier University

Women leaders across the globe are dealing with dispossession from resources, capabilities, and a form of discursive ‘development’ which is deeply rooted in a capitalist and patriarchal order. In the current milieu – as women leaders face further marginalization, cultural exclusivity, and the Covid-19 pandemic – we offer this online discourse hinged on power, patriarchy, …
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Indigenous Women in Leadership

St. Francis Xavier University

Online Delivery Applications for this course are open to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit participants residing in Canada only.  Click here to apply  Click here for downloadable PDF Indigenous women traditionally held places of honour, respect, and leadership within their families and communities as our advisors and caretakers of life, lands, and resources. …
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Feminist Leadership For Justice, Equity and Ecology

Coady International Institute (The)

Women leaders across the globe are dealing with dispossession from resources, capabilities, and a form of discursive ‘development’ which is deeply rooted in a capitalist and patriarchal order. In the current milieu – as women leaders face further marginalization, cultural exclusivity, and the Covid-19 pandemic – we offer this online discourse hinged on power, patriarchy, …
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Indigenous Women in Leadership

Coady International Institute (The)

Applications for this course are open to First Nations (status or non-status), Métis, and Inuit participants residing in Canada only.  Click here to apply  Click here for downloadable PDF Indigenous women traditionally held places of honour, respect, and leadership within their families and communities as our advisors and caretakers of life, lands, and …
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Faith, Witness and Ministry Course

Anglican Diocese of Calgary (The)

The Calgary School of Discipleship is pleased to announce the Faith, Witness and Ministry Course is now open for registration. The course will be held on four Saturday mornings, from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon, on November 19, November 26, December 3 and December 10, and led by The Rev. Chris Roth. In many people’s …
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The Beginnings of Christology

Regent College

If Jesus of Nazareth was merely a Galilean Jew executed by the Romans early in the first century, how did such significant belief and worship of him emerge after his death? This course introduces students to the ways that the earliest Christian documents, especially the New Testament, attest to the identity and significance of Jesus …
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Introduction to Prison Chaplaincy

Ambrose University

An introduction to chaplaincy practices in a criminal justice context. Students develop knowledge of offenses and sentences, prison dynamics and security issues, and skills in pastoral interviewing, maintaining public presence, faith formation, worship and rituals, ecumenical and inter-faith accommodation, restorative justice, and reintegration initiatives.  

Reformation in Britain and Ireland

Wycliffe College

Surveys the Reformation in Britain and Ireland from the accession of Henry VIII (1509) to the death of Elizabeth (1603). Identifies the historiographical debates and the perspectives of modern scholarship. Assesses the condition of the late medieval church in respect of vitality, institutional disfunction, and reform. Provides a detailed examination of developments under Henry VIII …
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