Leadership formation for those looking to connect their Christian faith to bringing about positive change in their organizations and the wider world. The Centre for Christian Studies is grounded in the diaconal tradition, which means being the church in the world. It means standing with those who are marginalized. It means leadership that empowers others, and it’s grounded in a theology of justice.
At Learning on Purpose you’ll explore models of leadership and approaches to theology, education, pastoral care, and social justice that empower and create change.
Basic orientation (eg. organization development, catechetical, or missional)
Primarily designed to be implemented by (eg lay or ordained; diocesan staff)
Ease of replication (eg. how easy would it be to start this in a new place?)
The Centre for Christian Studies offers this program in different locations around the country depending on interest. In 2016 it is being offered in Toronto and Winnipeg.
$1,400 per person
2-weeks full time
Denominational orientation (eg. Anglican or other)
Anglican and United Church
Broader context (eg. rural or urban; size of parish)
All sizes and locations
Resources listed here have come from a wide variety of sources. For more information or if you have any questions about this resource, please contact the document provider listed below.
Contact: Scott Douglas Centre for Christian Studies
Reviewed: June 23, 2016