Shared ministries witness to our fundamental unity in Christ. Those who engage in shared ministries tell us that generosity, grace, and respect for differences make the experience joyous.
We invite you to hear some stories of Anglican-United Shared Ministries that have become important voices of Christian witness within their communities. We'll talk about what's working, what they're hoping for, and what our two denominations might learn about forming new alliances, based on the experience of the ones that are already functioning well.
This webinar is primarily intended for congregational leaders, both lay and ordered, who are exploring the possibility of entering into Ecumenical Shared Ministry. In this webinar we'll look at many of the same issues as we did in January, but with a focus on what congregations and their leaders need to know as they explore this option. In this webinar we will:
- consider why your congregation might want to consider forming a shared ministry;
- hear some stories of other congregations who have done this successfully;
- review strategies on next steps that have been collected together in a handbook.
For more information and to register, visit United in Learning.