Historically, wayfinding refers to the techniques used by travellers over land and sea to find relatively unmarked and often mislabeled routes.
Given the ever changing shifts we’ve been experiencing this year as leaders here in Canada, it seems that so many of us, whether church planters, established church pastors, neighbourhood catalysts or lay people, we are all rethinking and reviewing everything. As we step into this new world of ministry, we need fellow travellers to join us as we awaken to the grief, delight and rigour of that which is ours to do next.
We believe that discerning and self-aware leaders propel new worshiping communities forward, re-imagine existing congregations, and work the soil for ideas we’ve never imagined before and we wanted to create space for the Spirit to speak and for the willing leader to hear. In collaboration with Jeff and Jan Steckley, this discernment process was created. Join us in finding our way together.