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The next CCS Friday will be an online discussion of Ray McGinnis' recent book, Unanswered Question about 9/11 (with a study guide for churches). Join in as Ray, guest, author, and CCS grad, shares what he learned about the families of those killed in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Centre on Sept. 11, 2001, and their attempts to get answers from their government. CCS Fridays are Online conversations once a month to help us all to respond faithfully to emerging issues in local contexts....

Join the Centre for Christian Studies for an online discussion of Indigenous testamur and a vision of decolonized theological training for the Indigenous church that honours Indigenous self-determination. Our special guest will be Adrian Jacobs, Keeper of the Circle at the Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre CCS Fridays are online conversations to help us all to respond faithfully to emerging issues in local contexts. These workshops are open to anyone who might be interested. Each session will...

The Manitou Intentional Learning Community (MILC) invites you to 'Pandemic Resiliency: Coping emotionally, spiritually and mentally through the challenges of the Pandemic' on Wednesday, September 22nd from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. via Zoom. This workshop, presented by Susan Browning, will explore ways in which the Pandemic has impacted our mental and spiritual health, share practical coping strategies, and look to the future exploring hope and faith in the resilient spirit God has given us....

Centre for Christian Studies Course: Learning on Purpose Being a faithful leader in a changing world means learning to be an agent of change. Not just passive learning, or accidental learning, but intentional learning. Learning on purpose. Learning on Purpose: Changing Leadership for a Changing World is the Centre for Christian Studies’ 2-week intensive leadership development module. It is a practical, holistic, hands-on, learning community experience, and those who take it come out feeling...

Centre for Christian Studies Friday: How it Ends CCS Fridays are online conversations to help people of faith respond to emerging issues in local contexts. Each session is from 12:00 to 1:00 Central Time and in the form of a Zoom workshop. There will be a presentation that will be recorded for future viewing, plus opportunities to engage with the ideas in small groups. Sessions are open to all and are free but you must register. Join in on April 30 for “How It Ends”, a reading by playwright...