PASTORAL CARE WITH
YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS
with ISAAC MUNDY
Friday, Feb. 13 - Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015
WORKSHOP: "How do we attract the young people?" is a cry often heard in mainline denominations in North America. Yet when we look to a younger generation as a means to the end of institutional survival, we can sometimes forget that youth and young adults are more than the future of the church: they are children of God living in the present who long for relationships of care.
In this winter's focus on practice event "More than the future", Rev. Isaac Mundy will explore how we in the church can respond in unique ways to these places of longing, and will work with workshop participants to discover ways that they might build meaningful pastoral relationships with youth and young adults in the congregations and wider communities where they are called to serve. A special focus of the session will look at the possibilities and challenges of creating connections of care through social media platforms.
LEADER: Isaac Mundy is the Minister of Youth, Young Adults and Families at Siloam United Church in London, Ontario, a site partnering with the United Church of Canada EDGE Network on an innovative grant project focusing on first third ministries.
Isaac is an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada who has served both in rural and urban pastoral charges. His experiences working in the Spiritual Care department of the Montreal Children's Hospital, as well as his studies focusing on the intersection of social media and pastoral care have been deeply formative in his approach to relationship building with youth in the Church.
Friday 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
UNITED THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE
3521 University Street
FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT (as Focus on Practice Event): $200.00
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514-849-2042 ext. 200 / 1-888-849-2042
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Each registration includes a $ 50 non-refundable registration fee.
Cancellations received less than a week prior to the event will be refunded at 50% of their full registration fees (whether they registered with an early-bird discount or paid the regular amount).
Thank you for your understanding.
CUBA STUDY TRIPJanuary 3-11, 2015
This annual study tour introduces participants to vibrant and hope-inspiring church and community groups in Cuba—organizations that work for peace, justice and social transformation. You will meet with leaders, youth, community groups, churches, theological students, and more. Discover the rich fabric of Cuban culture, history, and society and experience the warmth of Cuban hospitality. Visits to Matanzas, Varadero, and Habana, as well as small rural communities offers insight not just about Cuba but about our own experiences, hopes and struggles as people of faith.
Canadian accompanier: Alyson Huntly
PASTORAL CAREFebruary 2015
A two-day workshop in February 2015 (date and leadership to be announced)
A workshop to enhance skills and wisdom for pastoral care.
LEADERSHIP WITH CONGREGATIONS IN CONFLICTMarch 27, 2015
Day-long workshop focussed on resources and skills that leaders need to journey through troubled waters as they lead congregations that are dealing with internal conflict.
The Montreal School of Theology was established to promote ecumenical co-operation in theological education in Montreal. UTC joins with Montreal Diocesan Theological College, Presbyterian College, and the Faculty of Religious Studies of McGill University to deliver high caliber academic, professional and spiritual formation for various Christian ministries. UTC and the Montreal School of Theology also partner with Université de Montréal to offer the program in French. Various events and many course options foster the ecumenical spirit and provide students with opportunity to prepare for ministry in a multi-denominational learning environment.
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