Category: News

Continuing Continuing

What do you do when you were planning to spend a week at the CCS for continuing education, and then the course moves online? For Steve and for Paul, you move with it.

Images from Ages & Stages 2020

A week of online learning, discussing faith development and ministry for people at all ages.

CCS Graduation 2020

Show some love to our graduates from the Diaconal Ministries program and Certificate in Spiritual Care program!

Political Theology

Recently CCS program staff member David Lappano was interviewed by Prince Doms Odoemena (a local priest in England) as part of his Thinking Faith Project. They discussed the question: “How should a Christian engage in politics?” Check out the video here.

One Year In

It’s been a year since Marion Martin, Tammy Bleue, Keith Hall, and Lynn McGrath graduated from the Centre for Christian Studies in 2019. We wondered how they were doing.

Images from Oppression & Resistance 2020

So much screen time. So much learning.

April Workshops – Working Together

When we heard a sudden need for education and reflection on pastoral care in the midst of a pandemic, we stepped up to meet it.

Zoom Tips for Church Meetings

Here’s some of the things we’ve learned about using Zoom over the past few years.

Donation to 1 Just City

Our celebration banquet is a chance for the CCS community to gather and honour our Companion and graduates. This year, instead, we are making a donation to 1 Just City.

Little Boxes

Little boxes, on the zoom screen
Little boxes made of pixels
Little boxes on the zoom screen, little boxes all the same

The Night Before Circle

Last minute circle preparations inspire versifying.

For Lazarus and Us

A prayer by Ted Dodd

A Little “Outdoor” Time

CCS student Lisa Leffler offers a year of nature to anyone who needs it.

“Please Come Home Now”

CCS student Lorrie Lowes was in Zambia when the pandemic concerns about travel ramped up.

A Virtual Camp

During these times of uncertainty due to Covid-19, CCS students Alana Martin (Minister to the GO Project) and Bri-anne Swan (Community Minister, Living Presence Ministry) are doing what they can to keep youth programming accessible for children across the country. The GO Project had been planning to host day camps for children and youth during …