Women | Men | Church: Thriving in a #MeToo World

By |2018-11-16T16:14:13-04:00September 24th, 2018|Comments Off on Women | Men | Church: Thriving in a #MeToo World

The last little while has marked a massive shift in the way that men and women relate to one another. How should the church navigate this shift? What is the pathway forward?

Join us November 17 as New Leaf hosts another safe space for dangerous conversations – men and women wrestling with the reality, embracing the opportunity, and seeking to thrive in a #MeToo world.

Local storytellers include: Leah Perrault, Keitha Ogbogu, Sonia Reid Nobel, Carissa Plett, Tim Bratton, Jay Mowchenko.

Refreshments by Vine & Table and Road Coffee.

Who should attend?

This day is for men and women who seek an honest conversation about how men and women relate to each other and the church.

Cost: $15 (includes good coffee and tasty treats)
Schedule: Saturday, November 17, 1pm – 5 pm
coffee mixer & registration noon-1:00
Location: College Park Covenant Church, Saskatoon, SK


The Example We Need In The #MeToo Era

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My Radical Little Church

May 28th, 2018|Comments Off on My Radical Little Church

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For a Girl

May 23rd, 2018|Comments Off on For a Girl

You know, for a girl, you can really preach. I normally don’t read books by girls but I read your book I never listen in while I’m running sound for these lady things but I listened this time and I thought you said a couple of great things!

About the Author:

Amy Bratton
 Amy Bratton is the Contributing Editor of the New Leaf Blog. She lives in Saskatoon, SK with her husband, Tim, and their two sons, Oswald and Ira. She is a lay leader at Riversdale Neighbours church and an online course facilitator with Rocky Mountain College in the area of Spiritual Formation. She writes and speaks about the history of Christian spirituality, with a focus on the early Methodist understanding of Christian maturity known as “perfect love.” Read more from her in her book Witnesses of Perfect Love: Narratives of Christian Perfection in Early Methodism.