Group Spiritual Formation
Rev. Brandon Witwer
Rector, Anglican Parish of Christ Church, Elbow Park, Calgary, AB
As 2022 winds down, we’re posting a few of our favourite videos from this Fall! Check out this short 5 minute video on Group Spiritual Formation and stay tuned for our new monthly series on "Bi-Vocational Leadership and Ministry" that begins again in January 2023.
Spiritual Classics: Selected Readings for Individuals and Groups on the Twelve Spiritual Disciplines Edited by Richard Foster & Emilie Griffin
From nearly two thousand years of Christian writing comes Spiritual Classics; two selections complete with a profile of each author, guided meditations for group and individual use, and reflections containing questions and exercises. Editors Richard Foster and Emilie Griffith offer their expertise by selecting inspirational writings and including their own commentary and recommendations for further guided reading and exploration.
One Conference February 2-3, 2023 Calling All Canadian Church Leaders! The world has changed, and the Church is changing with it. Join us in Calgary, Alberta for One Conference. We will be digging into some of the most pressing and difficult leadership challenges, while also inspiring new ideas that will shape renewal and spiritual impact in Canada.
Save the date and register today!
Wednesdays from Feb 8- Apr 5, 2023
1pm - 3pm Eastern (online)
Join for weekly online training sessions, and expect to invest an average of an additional 3 hours per week in developing this skill. This breaks down as approximately 1.5 hours completing the required readings, and 1.5 hours engaging with your peer coaching partner via Zoom or video chat.
TCF'S Property Strategy Course for Church Board Members Dates TBA This TCF online course is a series of toolkits, aimed at supporting church board members. TFC's hope is to educate faith communities across Canada as they leverage strategic partnerships and government programs required to build the financial sustainability of their properties. In repositioning these properties towards the many charities who need space, new structures will also allow faith communities to remain in their communities and see new seasons of growth.