Previous Courses

Patrick Paulsen Niagara School for Missional Leadership
with Patrick Paulsen

Christian Foundations: Reformation and Transformation

People are also often confused about just what the actual foundations of our faith are. What does God want to show us and how do we conform to his “plan”? If we are to share in God’s mission for the...
with Canon Christyn Perkons

So You Want to Facilitate the Mission Action Plan Process…

Creating a parish mission action plan is about intentional listening for the Spirit, prayer, engagement with parishioners, and a willingness to risk a bit. The plan, which is completed in four one-hour gatherings, is comprised of two to three initiatives...
with Leanne Friesen

The Persistent Parish: Pursuing Missional Movement in Cozy Congregations

We do not have to look far to find churches that are no longer the thriving congregations they once were. This can cause us great heartache. We can feel discouraged by the declining church engagement we see around us, and...
Ian Mosby Niagara School for Missional Leadership
with Canon Ian Mobsby

Introduction to a Missional New Monasticism

New Monasticism might sound strange to those of us within the church because it conjures up images of people being overly pious and wearing medieval clothing. It does, however, very accurately describe when a community comes together intentionally to commit...
David Anderson Niagara School for Missional Leadership
with Archdeacon David Anderson

Cultivating Missional Disciples: Christian Practice for Mission in Daily Life

God has a mission and invites Christian disciples to participate in God’s own life and work. Christian formation is all about being formed in this life and for this work. It is not a self-improvement project or self-help scheme. It...
with Gillian Doucet Campbell

Stewardship: A Faithful Response to God’s Mission

Stewardship is our faithful response to the mission of God. We can join in God’s mission with confidence and hope as stewards of God’s abundant gifts and invite others into that stewardship. What is God calling us to as individuals,...
with Archdeacon Val Kerr and Janice Whiteley

Connecting with Indigenous Knowledge

Through prayer, creativity, and reflection participants will be encouraged to be innovative partners on the creative edge of where the Spirit of God is recreating the church and what it means to be a “Missional Church” while keeping the history...
Ian Mosby Niagara School for Missional Leadership
with Canon Ian Mobsby

Developing a Contemplative Prayer Life: A Twelve-Step Approach

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...

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