Cultural Communities

Joshua Shum

Canadian Multivocational Ministry Project

Canadian Multivocational Ministry Project Tentmaking, bivocational, and multivocational are all terms currently used to describe how people who are involved in congregational leadership and work outside the congregation can combine those worlds. A national study of multivocational ministers was launched to provide insight into issues which arise for this group of leaders. Both challenges and

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WayBase

WayBase WayBase is an online tool for you to find and contact fellow Christian ministries, immigrant/settlement/community centres and services in your city and potentially partner with. Searchable by location (address, postal code, city, etc.), filtered categories of organizations, and/or search keywords. The featured image above demonstrates the use of WayBase to locate some of the

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CitiIQ

CitiIQ CitiIQ is an approach (in development) for assessing the condition of a city using data. This very broad perspective is useful to consider regarding how the churches of the city make contributions (some of which may be represented in this framework and some of which are beyond the framework). Click here to read more

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Kingdom Without Borders

By Miriam Adeney — Keywords: Christian ministry, culture, ethnic diversity, cultural diversity, multicultural — Chapter 1 Only

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Common Actions: Participatory Action Research as a Practice for Promoting Social Action among and between New Canadian Church Planters and Denominational Leaders

By Mark Chapman and James Watson — Abstract: The Greater Toronto Area remains the major immigrant destination centre in Canada. New Canadians are welcomed but not necessarily well integrated into the lives of churches. Our experience and research has shown that this lack of integration can extend to new Canadians who start churches yet are

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Faith & Settlement Partnerships

Faith & Settlement Partnerships: Setting Immigrants and Canada Up for Success A CCBR Research Project The purpose of this two-year project (2016 — 2018) is to study partnerships among faith-based and government-funded settlement organizations. This will be done in order to determine how these partnerships can better lead to positive settlement outcomes for newcomers, and

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University Settlement

University Settlement University Settlement is a multi-service agency that was founded in 1910 and has the distinction of being the first community-based social service centre in the City of Toronto. University Settlement has three other locations in addition to its main site at 23 Grange Road. Employment and Training is located at Spadina and Bloor

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Youth Assisting Youth

Youth Assisting Youth — A Youth Mentorship Program Youth Assisting Youth is a non-profit charitable organization that provides a peer mentoring service to improve life prospects for at risk and newcomer children. YAY matches children aged 6-15 with trained and dedicated Youth Volunteers aged 16-29 who act as positive role models. Since 1976 YAY has

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