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Vancouver Reunion for Victoria and Emmanuel Alumni/ae

Due to the current concerns surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Victoria University Vancouver Reception has been cancelled. This proactive and preventative decision has been made in the best interests of our alumni community.

 We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to visiting with our Vic and Emmanuel alumni in Vancouver on a future occasion.

CANCELLED - VWA Annual Luncheon

We regret to inform you that, due to the current concerns surrounding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the VWA Annual Luncheon has been cancelled. This proactive and preventative decision has been made in the best interests of our alumni community.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to visiting with our VWA members and friends on a future occasion.

 

 

"Citizen Lab: What, Why and What Now?" with Irene Poetranto, senior researcher, Citizen Lab.

Location: Alumni Hall, Old Vic.

Date: Wednesday, April 15, 11:40 am registration.

 

 

 

Ministering to Youth

Please note that while planning for this event continues, the current pandemic conditions may require postponement or cancellation on short notice. We are actively monitoring the situation and will advise of changes as soon as we are able.

Ministry to young people has a critical role within the church. Recognizing the need for theological vision, practical tools, and relational support for youth workers, Emmanuel College and the Centre for Religion in its Contexts are hosting a monthly discussion on youth ministry. This opportunity is open to clergy and laity who minister to youth. Over the course of January-April 2020,we will be reading, Faith Formation in a Secular Age by Andrew Root, a leading scholar in youth ministry and practical theology.

Join doctoral candidate Leanne Ketcham and youth workers from across the GTA for a time of continuing education, reflection, and prayer.  RSVP to ec.events@utoronto.ca

Centre for Religion and Its Contexts

Re-Conditioned Congregations: Resolving Conflict, Building Community

Please note that while planning for this event continues, the current pandemic conditions may require postponement or cancellation on short notice. We are actively monitoring the situation and will advise of changes as soon as we are able.

This two-part practice-based training presented by FaithCARE (Faith Communities Affirming Restorative Experiences) trains participants in the restorative approach to creating community. Learn how to create conflict resolution processes, identify how this approach can benefit your faith community, and develop an implementation plan for your faith community. 

Re-Conditioned Congregations: Resolving Conflict, Building Community

This practice-based training presented by FaithCARE (Faith Communities Affirming Restorative Experiences) trains participants in the restorative approach to creating community.

Innovative Ministry Program by Toronto United Church Council

Please note that while planning for this event continues, the current pandemic conditions may require postponement or cancellation on short notice. We are actively monitoring the situation and will advise of changes as soon as we are able.

Part of a five-year pilot project, the core program will provide the training and resources that will equip lay and ordained leaders to become missional in outlook and practice. Communities of faith will gain the capacity, motivation, and skills to seed new kinds of relationships and nurture new expressions of ministry.