February 20 & March 6, 2021
Several online courses which are part of LIFT, the new lay curriculum offered by LTS, were offered:
Lay and Local Leadership: with Allyn Langager (Church of the Good Shepherd, Lethbridge)
Working with Teams: with Greg Lingelbach (First Lutheran, Calgary)
October 17, 2020
A Virtual Introduction to new Lay Leader Curriculum and a Workshop for Congregational Treasurers
April 6, 2019
Videos from April 6:
Keynote Speaker: Archdeacon Travis Enright
Travis Enright, who serves as Archdeacon for Indigenous Ministries – The Anglican Diocese of Edmonton, will offer perspectives on two World Views, the Western Christian world view, and the Cree (Indigenous) world view. He will explore these world views in the contexts of space, time, family, and life. He will also outline a convergence of the two world views that will help the church and society journey together.
He is a member of the James Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. He is of Cree and Irish background: his mother, and other members of the family, went to the Gordon’s Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan; his father came from Ireland to Canada as a boy, and moved to a Catholic orphanage after his mother died.
Travis is a Parish Priest working out of St. Faith Anglican Church, located in a poor inner city neighbourhood in Edmonton. It is a parish with a diverse community of people, with varying degrees of Christian upbringing. Since becoming an Anglican priest in 2007, Travis has been involved in social justice for vulnerable populations. He has been an advocate, both as Co-Chair of the local planning team for the Edmonton Event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and as Chair of the City of Edmonton’s Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee. He has had extensive educational experience, both in the western academic tradition, and in the tradition of Cree spirituality.
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2018 Congregational Life Event – “Sanctuary in the 21st Century” with Keynote Rev. John Dowds, City of Edmonton Chaplain.