Diocesan School for Parish Development – 2022 Summer Intensive

The School for Parish Development 2022 Summer Intensive is scheduled to happen as follows: (1) Virtual Sessions: July 25. August 1, 8, 15, 22; (2) ‘In-Person Sessions: August 28 to September 2, 2022 (Sunday to Friday). IMPORTANT: Registration includes all sessions and cannot be done for either virtual or in-person sessions only.  

The Great Co-Mission: Re-Framing Jesus’ Comprehensive Strategy for Church Growth

Jesus’s strategy for growing His church is simple and yet vastly misunderstood, unknown and/or not implemented. If ALL of us as disciples of Jesus live into this mandate the way it was intended, we could witness a revival, revitalization and growth of our communities of faith. Course will be taught in person at VST, and …
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The Sacred Side Hustle: Embracing Your Multivocational Calling

The unique calling of a multivocational minister can be a lonely place, but you are not alone. Join us on December 9-11, 2021 for an online interactive conference about Multivocational Calling. Jared Siebert Jared Siebert currently serves as the National Director for Church Development for the Free Methodist Church in Canada and author of Gutsy: …
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Discernment Pathway

Our Discernment Pathway process is holistic, communal and practice oriented. It’s a safe and resource rich environment to ask questions, learn and work out in community how God might be directing you. What to expect? Bi-weeky online learning cohort – we’ll create a community of practice as we discern together Curated experiences, spiritual practices, resources …
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Developing a Contemplative Prayer Life: A Twelve-Step Approach

The Reverend Canon Ian Mobsby One of the great challenges for all those involved in new forms of ministry, mission, fresh expressions of church, and forming missional communities is that it can be utterly exhausting. Missioners as activists are expected to make things happen often in very difficult contexts with scarce resources. Working in such …
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