Living Hope: a Day of Enouragement and Renewal


If you missed Living Hope: A Day of Encouragement and Renewal, no problem! The entire day and its workshops were recorded and are now available on YouTube.

The main teaching was provided by Rev. Dr. Dale Woods, the Presbyter for Mission and Vision in the Presbytery of Westminster. There’s also remarks from Rev. Dr. Dan Scott, the moderator of the 146th General Assembly, along with greetings from Rev. Young Min Koh, the senior pastor of the host congregation, Vaughan Community Church. There’s also powerful worship music from Dr. Ken Michell, of Bridlewood Presbyterian Church and Tyndale University.

Tell us what you think! We hope to plan future events and we want to know what’s on your minds.

At Renewal Fellowship, our vision continues to be to “Lead each other and The Presbyterian Church in Canada to authentic Biblical thinking, powerful Spirit-led prayer and effective Gospel witness.”

Videos from the six breakout workshops follow the Main Session video below, which begins at the 0:00:38 mark (38 seconds in).

Main Session

Workshops

Engaging Evangelism in a COVID World – It has been turned upside down. Led by Kristy Short of Alpha Canada.


Salt and Light – Church court strategies post-Remits “B” and “C” – pragmatic ways to uphold the Scriptures and the Book of Forms. Led by Rev. Dr. Christine O’Reilly, Port Franks, Ontario.


Grieving to Live – Many of us need to engage the loss in order to regain vitality to minister. Led by Rev. Doug Cameron and Rev. Cathi Cameron, Wallaceburg, Ontario.


Recovering the Joy – Many of us are feeling beaten down, so how do we rekindle the hope? Led by Rev. Dr. Esther Acolatse, Professor of Pastoral Theology and Intercultural Studies, Knox College, Toronto, Ontario.


Youth/Young Adult Ministry – How to engage and encourage. Led by youth pastors Shane Davis from Lakeshore St. Andrew’s, Windsor, Ontario, and Jon Dykeman from St. Andrew’s, Moncton, New Brunswick.


Whither our Culture – How do we walk as followers of Christ in an increasingly secular world? Led by Cory McKenna of The Cross Current.

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