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UPComing Course for clergy
Healthy Rural Communities
November 17-21, 2014 (Monday-Friday)
This course will examine the ecological, economic, political, social, and spiritual health
of rural communities in an integrated and experiential way.
Professor: Dittmar Mundel
Location: St. Andrew's College, Saskatoon SK
Participants who hold a Master’s degree in Theology or in Religious Studies may take the class for academic credit.
This is a DMin-level course. Others may audit the course, with special permission of the instructor (email@example.com).
Registrar: St. Andrew’s College (United Church):
firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 306--975-1588
Registrar: Lutheran Theological Seminary:
email@example.com; phone: 306-966-7866
Registrar: College of Emmanuel and St. Chad (Anglican):
firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 306-975-1588
Church and Community Crisis Response Training
In May 2014, nine rural communities participated in this webinar training.
In Summer and Fall 2014, the communities are taking what they learned into their communities.
In Fall 2014, CiRCLe M will be conducting follow-up visits to the communities.
Our hope is...
....the communities will strengthen their emergency plans... and the gifts of the church will be part of those plans... and be put to good use during times of great need.
CiRCLe M is grateful to the following donors for financially supporting these webinars:
The Lutheran Triune Educational and Benevolent Society of Calgary
Next Round of RCPN Events - October 2014
Navigating Through the Season of Life and Leadership
(Workshops in Alberta and Saskatchewan)
2014 Rural Ministry Conference, St Albert, AB
Building Bridges to Reconciliation 2013
First Nation and settler communities working together to raise awareness and understanding about the past...
A New On-Line Library for Rural Churches
Nurture & Discipleship in Rural Churches is an online library of good practice and potential resources for both ordained & lay rural church practitioners, and training or resource providers more generally. More.
First Nations-Rural Neighbours Friendship Initiative
|Purpose: To help close the gap between First Nations and their neighbouring communities, using churches as bridges for conversation and friendship building. More...|
Davidson and Area Rural Spirit Research Project
CiRCLe M and Davidson United Church are looking at how rural people and communities experience fulfillment, deep connection, peace and spiritual growth outside of traditional church programs. More
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