Creative Calling: Integrating Faith and Work, 2020

This online Faith & Work series is a six-week combination of workshops and webinars to explore the relationship between faith and work. Particular care will be given to our present context—where the pandemic and other pressing social questions are shaping our work and the environment in which we work. This will be a great opportunity to connect the dots between the Gospel and your everyday work life. There is no charge for participation in this series.

Thursday Evenings at 7:00 p.m. (EST) from
October 29 – December 3

This Cohort meets weekly on Thursday evenings. There will be 3 workshops led by Tim Keener, and 3 interviews/webinars with guests. Through this series we will:

  • More clearly see our true identity in the light of the whole Gospel.
  • Better understand our personal calling and how it involves us in Jesus’ mission.
  • Learn how to shape culture and community as representatives of Jesus, for the common good.
  • Form ongoing relationships that encourage our community’s well-being.

Offered Collaboratively with Christian Direction, Montreal

This edition of our Faith and Work program will be offered collaboratively with Christian Direction, a Montreal organization committed to the social and spiritual transformation of cities…one person, one group, one neighbourhood at a time.

Program Details

Workshop Dates

Three workshops will be led by Tim Keener on the mission of God, and how our work should be conceived of a part of that mission. The breadth of God’s mission is particularly important since it is oriented toward the redemption of all things in Christ. Those workshops will be held in alternative weeks, on the following dates:

  • October 29 – Whole Mission of God.
  • November 12 – Kingdom Calling – Vocation
  • November 29 – Prophetic Witness
Webinar with Fiona Crossling – November 5

Join us for this webinar, which will involve a presentation and conversation with Fiona Crossling, who is Directrice Général of Acceuil Bonneau, an organization that provides support to those who are homeless and at risk of homelessness. The organization “Accompanying homeless people or people at risk of homelessness in their daily lives by providing the basic necessities for a better quality of life and well-being on their path towards social reintegration and housing stability.”

Webinar with Steven Garber – November 19

Steven Garber is a Senior Fellow for Vocation and the Common Good at the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust (Washington DC) and was formerly Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership. In this webinar we will explore the nature of our particular vocations as a pursuit of the Kingdom of God, and as a working toward the transformation of the world in goodness and beauty.

Webinar with Patricia Hewlin – December 3

Join us for this webinar, with a presentation and conversation with Patricia Hewlin who is professor in the Desautels School of Management, McGill University. Patricia will speak to us about questions of prophetic witness and how this relates to our vocations and work contexts. We live in a moment of constructive social disruption, and we explore how our faith and work are and should be shaped by this reality.

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