Diaconal Ministries Canada provides and promotes conferences and events designed to equip deacons in the work they do, spark new thinking and ideas, and offer opportunities to network and engage with other ministry leaders.
See a listing of upcoming events below.
Classis Huron Diaconal Conference Annual Meeting
Thursday, March 26, 2020, 7:30pm
The Classis Huron Diaconal Conference Annual Meeting is set for Thursday, March 26, 2020, at Drayton CRC.
Tammy Heidbuurt of Diaconal Ministries Canada and Peter Bulthuis of World Renew will lead a workshop on “When Helping Hurts”. Please invite all deacons at your church to attend this insightful and practical workshop. Together we'll discover how to walk alongside those in poverty in healthy and holistic ways.
More information to follow so stay tuned!
Helping Without Harming Workshop (Classis Huron)
Saturday, March 28, 2020; 8:30am - 12 noon
Helping Without Harming Workshop (Classis Chatham)
Saturday, March 7, 2020; 9:00am - 1:30pm
Eastern Canada Day of Encouragement (Brockville, ON)
SAVE THE DATE! April 4, 2020
An annual workshop to inspire deacons and ministry leaders in their personal faith walk AND in the work that they do for God's Kingdom.
Stay tuned as details become available!
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Days of Encouragement
Days of Encouragement (DOEs) are held annually in many regions across Canada.
Participants worship together, share ministry stories, and learn from each other.
These events are typically tailored to the ministry of deacons, but can also be helpful and insightful for elders, caregivers, pastors, as well as any other persons who would like to be encouraged and equipped for ministry. DOEs are a wonderful way for ministry leaders to encourage one another and network, reminding everyone that you are not alone!
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"Helping Without Harming" Workshops
“When relief is merely a bandaid that alleviates the symptoms of poverty but fails to address the root causes, then it is illegitimate. Such assistance merely helps people to manage their poverty rather than to escape from it.” (Establishing a Church-based Welfare-to-Work Mentoring Ministry, by Amy Sherman)
This workshop trains and equips churches and organizations to address poverty and injustice both locally and globally.
Contact us today to find an upcoming workshop in your area OR to plan and run your own!
Telephone: (905) 336-2920