March Theme: Christianity in a Post-Christian Québec
Professor of Religious Studies, Université du Québec à Montréal
Check out this short 5 minute video, the first in our March weekly video series on
Flourishing Congregations in Secular Québec.
Geography of Religions: Spatial approach to religions and religious fact
by Frédéric Dejean
Read Frédéric Dejean's thoughts and find links to his research, primarily on his two main fields of expertise: 1) Evangelical Protestantism and its dynamics in an urban context and
2) Praxeology and intervention on religion in organizations.
Join researchers and church leaders across theological contexts and Canadian regions who will interact with recent research findings from four congregational case studies across Canada.
Who Needs a Pastor? The Pastoral Vocation Today.
(An Ambrose University event)
Thursday, March 16, 2023
With the strong and right affirmation of the sacred character of all vocations, we rightly raise the question: What then of the pastoral calling? What is its character and purpose? We particularly need to ask this in the context of what it means to be the church in an increasingly secular social context. Join us virtually as we hear from the president of Ambrose University.
Simpson Symposium (An Ambrose University event)
Formative Feasting: How Biblical Meals Shape Moral Communities
Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Join us virtually as Dr. Michael Rhodes, Lecturer in Old Testament at Carey Baptist College, presents a lecture on how the sharing of meals shapes Christian communities in the early church and today. Dr. Rhodes will be joined by host, Dr. Jon Coutts, Associate Professor of Christian Theology at Ambrose Seminary.
IGNITE: Cultivating United Prayer Across Canada
Ottawa -- Apr 14; Calgary -- Apr 20; Kelowna -- Apr 28; Regina -- May 5
Now is the time to pray for the healing of our country. Join our hosts for inspiration and training on how to cultivate a strong culture of prayer in your church, culminating in a public evening event seeking God's holy face in prayer and worship with humility and wonder.
Property Strategy Course for Church Board Members
(A Trinity Centres Foundation event) 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.