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Join in on Friday, October 27, 2023 at noon Central Time for an online discussion of climate change and how to respond as faith-filled individuals and as ministers. This past summer has delivered unprecedented and extreme weather phenomena to many parts of Canada and around the world. What are the implications of climate change to your community and context? Who are we within the community of creation, and what is our responsibility to all life on Earth? What does climate change mean for the...

CCS Fridays are online conversations to help us all to respond faithfully to emerging issues in local contexts. These workshops are hosted by the Centre for Christian Studies and open to anyone who might be interested. Each session will be in the form of a Zoom workshop with a presentation that will be recorded for future viewing, plus opportunities to engage with the ideas in small groups. The next CCS Friday is on November 18 at noon (Central). It will be a discussion of rapture and Matthew...

Join the Centre for Christian Studies and new program staff, Rev. Alcris Limongi, for a one hour participatory workshop online. In this session, we will briefly name the processes of exclusion, marginalization, and structural inequality that are often unexamined in the church—what we call othering—and seek actions that move towards a church of belonging where there is mutual power, access, and opportunity for all people who share the space. This event is free but please register here:...

Centre for Christian Studies Online Open House Join us live on Zoom to get to know the Centre for Christian Studies community. It’s a chance to meet current program staff and students, learn about our programs, bursaries, and registration process, ask questions and meet new friends. Whether you’re considering the diaconate, diaconal ministry, or continuing education, there are options for you with CCS. There will even be a mini tour of Woodsworth House. It’ll be fun! To register and get the...

Join an online conversation with Natalie Wigg-Stevenson on her new book "Transgressive Devotion: Theology as Performance Art." Natalie teaches theology at Emmanuel College. In Transgressive Devotion she argues that theology done as performance art stops trying to describe who God is, and starts trying to make God appear. CCS Fridays are hosted by the Centre for Christian Studies, to help us all respond faithfully to emerging issues in local contexts. These are in the form of workshops and are...