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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.
By |2017-11-02T18:35:46-04:00November 3rd, 2017|Blog, Canadian Culture, Nones & Dones|Comments Off on The Nones and the Dones – Resources

Last week New Leaf hosted a day of reflection on the evolving secularity in Canada. The conversation explored not only recent Canadian statistics and a dip into the history of Canada to get a vantage point on how we got to where we are, but also created space for conversation about how the church can respond to this shifting religious landscape.

If you would like to explore more about this reality in Canada, check out past blog posts and podcast episodes that wrestles with this reality. And stay tuned to the podcast and blog for the continuing conversation.

If you would be interested in hosting a day or weekend of learning and reflection on The Nones and the Dones: An Evolving Story of Secularity in Canada, please contact [email protected] and we will start a conversation about bringing this conference to your part of Canada.

Podcast episodes from our presenters:

Blog posts about The Nones and the Dones: