Thursdays, Oct. 22, 2020 - 3:00 PM
Gathering God's Harvest
An Ecumenical Stewardship Webinar Series
You are invited to join us for our fall ecumenical series on stewardship, Thursdays, Oct. 22 to Nov. 19 at 3pm and 7pm.
- Oct. 22, Stewardship in the land of ‘Mammon’: How are we working for God?, with Joe Gunn
Currently the executive director of the Centre Oblat - A Voice for Justice in Ottawa, Joe is the former executive director of Citizens for Public Justice and the former director of the Social Affairs Office of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. Joe will discuss how our work and vocational choices -- the what and the how -- contribute to Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation.
- Oct. 29, Money Talks: How to Preach Stewardship, with Rev. Dr. Herb Gale
Former stewardship director for the Presbyterian Church in Canada, Herb invites preachers to think about the challenges of preaching stewardship within a congregation. Using relevant scripture selections, Herb offers a variety of homiletic models to integrate stewardship education within your preaching. An optional follow-up seminar will be available for preachers who wish to work with Herb developing a sermon.
- Nov. 5, The Stewardship of Self-Care, with Archdeacon Cheryl Toth, Amanda Fontaine, and Murray Patzwald
Join Anglican priest Cheryl Toth and social workers Amanda Fontaine and Murray Patzwald for a conversation about the why and how of self-care for ourselves and our communities in these anxious times.
- Nov. 12, Practical Stewardship Tips for Your Congregation, with Fr. John Weckend and Ray Deis
Fr. John is associate pastor at St. Cecilia Roman Catholic Parish in Regina. Ray Deis is a lay leader at St. Cecilia's. This webinar is a case study of how stewardship was implemented at St. Cecilia Parish. Discover ideas of how to ignite a stewardship approach in your church congregation.
- Nov. 19, “Ordinary” People doing Extraordinary Things!, with Kurtis Krug
Join Kurtis Krug, Professional Financial Advisor, on a journey to demystify planned, legacy, and major giving. Discover how easy and affordable it is to empower yourself to enable your favourite charities to do transformational things.
Each webinar will be live on Zoom at 3pm with presentation, break-out rooms, and Q&A.
The sessions will be repeated at 7pm with the recorded presentation, new break-out sessions, and Q&A.
The series will also be posted on YouTube at https://bit.ly/3jFN1RU
One registration works for all afternoon and evening sessions.
Please register by emailing Nick Jesson at njessonarchregina [dot] sk [dot] ca
If you registered for the Oct. 1 webinar, you do not need to register again. New registrants are welcome.
Maximum 100 participants. Zoom software is available for free at www.zoom.us
This series is organized in the spirit of the LAURC Covenant by the Anglican Diocese of Qu'Appelle, the Saskatchewan Synod of the ELCIC, and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina.