Intercultural Ministry Facilitator Training
& Intercultural Program Alumni Retreat
Three creative days of shared wisdom, experience, and learning.
Thursday November 23, 9:30 am – Saturday November 25, 4pm, 2017
Toronto School of Theology
47 Queens Park Crescent East, Toronto
The Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning is working with our partners to support the network of people from local contexts who develop resources and facilitate conversations and workshops around intercultural ministry and ministry across difference.
This is an opportunity to develop and grow in your skills and confidence to facilitate these conversations and to gather with others to develop resources for intercultural ministry in the Canadian context.
Please contact us if you have questions.
This event will gather:
+ People interested (or already involved) in facilitating ministry, relationship, or conversation across difference, including cultural difference
+ Alumni of the Engage Difference! Deepening Understanding for Intercultural Ministry program
Participation will be by invitation by the Forum for Intercultural Ministry, our partner organizations, or by application
To Register or Apply
You are responsible for arranging your transportation to the event. Grants are available to subsidize travel.
This is a “commuter event”. Local participants will be encouraged to provide billets for out-of-town participants. Out-of-town participates may also arrange their own accommodation.
– Billeting: Contact us to help coordinate
– Victoria’s Mansion Guest House $90-$100/night single room. Contact directly to book (no special rate)
– Holiday Inn Downtown Centre special rate: $134/night per room (up to 4 people). Contact us for instructions for special rate,
For more information download the Engaging Others 2017 brochure
For the planned event schedule download the Engaging Others Fall 2017 itinerary
Costs are subsidized by the Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning and our partners.
There is a registration fee of $95 (includes snacks, lunches, suppers, and program costs).
Bursaries and subsidies available for travel.
To participate through:
+ Anglican Church of Canada: Contact Andrea Mann, Director, Global Relations
To participate as:
+ a member of a marginalized community:
Contact Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning A special fund has been created to encourage members of “marginalized” communities to participate. This includes, but not limited to, members of non-white racialized or ethnic communities, migrant communities, indigenous persons, or people who identify as marginalized because of gender identity, physical able-ness, hearing, or sight, and income. We don’t want this list to be limiting so please be in touch to discuss. Funds will be granted through an application process.
To participate as:
+ Engage Difference! Deepening Understanding for Intercultural Ministry program alumni or others not included in the above: Contact Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning
+ Increase capacity throughout Canada and Canadian denominations to facilitate conversation on ministry across difference
+ Increase confidence and build skill sets
+ Develop resources for intercultural ministry formed and shaped by Canadian contexts
+ Provide training developed from within (and responsive to) Canadian contexts
+ Provide local facilitators of Engage Difference! Deepening Understanding for Intercultural Ministry programs
+Increase ability to identify opportunities and step into facilitating spaces where conversations around ministry across difference might happen in local contexts
Questions? Please contact Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning