An Evolving Story of Secularity in Canada
Friday, April 12, 2019
Leaders in the Canadian church know that the religious landscape in Canada has changed. We feel it when we’re tasked with closing empty churches or when churches wrestle to find meaningful connection points with their neighbourhoods. We even feel it with new and innovative church plants struggling to reach those with no previous church experience.
Come listen and learn together as we host a unique and interactive conversation with Canadian Academics and Missional Practitioners who will introduce us to the Canadian Missionary crisis of the Nones, those who are unaffiliated with any organized religion. Spend the day with a diverse array of brothers and sisters and engage together in fresh conversations about how we are to respond as the Church here in this cultural moment in Canada.
A New Leaf event hosted by Jared Siebert & Elle Pyke
Who should attend?
This conference is for anyone interested in exploring the changing religious landscape of Canada.
groups of 4 or more who register at the same time, $45/each
Online registration is now closed. Registration at the door will be available at 8:30 am on April 12, 2019.
Note: Lunch for those registering at the door may not be included due to limited catering.
Questions? Contact [email protected]
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