The announcements for this week include:

  1. LLWL Learning Unit 1 –  November 3-5 at Tatamagouche Centre
  2. French For Ministry Course – Level 1 – Last Chance to Register!!
  3. Camp Wegesegum Town Hall Meeting – Oct 26th
  4. Mental Health Work Moving Forward – November 4th, 2017
  5. Liberatory Story & Play at Tatamagouche Centre Nov 10-12, 2017

1. LLWL Learning Unit 1 – November 3-5 at Tatamagouche Centre

Click on the REVISED & CORRECTED POSTER! for the upcoming LLWL Learning Unit 1: Better Get Ready – Advent, Christmas, Epiphany to be held at Tatamagouche Centre Nov. 3-5. This event is open to all who are training to be and all who are already licensed by their presbyteries as LLWL.

A revised brochure outlining 2017-2018 LLWL Learning Units to be held at Tatamagouche Centre is also attached here.

To register click here.   With questions email Robyn at llwlatlantic@gmail.com


2. French For Ministry Course – Level 1 – Last Chance to Register!!

Date:  November 6-10, 2017

Location: Mountain View United Church, 85 MacBeath Ave, Moncton, NB E1C 6Z3

Cost: $350 includes lunch each day

Update! We have reached the minimum number of registrations necessary for this program to go ahead.  However, there is still room for a few more people! Last chance to register before October 20th!

French for Ministry will help you improve your French language skills, practise the language in a safe environment, and acquire specific church vocabulary. You will become comfortable  welcoming francophones who turn up at your church, reading a scripture passage in French, and presiding over an occasional bilingual baptism or wedding. It will also be a chance to explore ways of introducing French into your local ministry. If you have always wanted to reach out to your French-speaking neighbours, you will find new resources and insights. Bienvenue!

To register click here! To apply for an individual learning grant click hereIf you do not receive a confirmation email, it is likely that your registration has not been received. Please try again or contact the Conference Office for assistance 506-536-1334 or info@marconf.ca


3. Camp Wegesegum Town Hall Meeting – Oct 26th

Town Hall Meeting to discuss a possible week of residential summer camp for area children ages 9-12.
Please join us Thursday, Oct. 26th, 2017 at 7pm
At the Chipman-Minto Area Lions Club
6408 Route 10, Upper Salmon Creek NB E4A 1E3

Click here for more information. (Updated link)


4. Mental Health Work Moving Forward – November 4th

Register Now!  

This is an invitation to any who have an interest in or a passion for dealing with mental health concerns in churches and the community at large.  The Mental Health Working Group of the Church in Action Committee of Maritime Conference is hosting a gathering on November 4th to move its work forward.  Mark your calendar!

The gathering will be held at the Maritime Conference Centre in Sackville, NB starting at 10:00 am and windup by 3:30 pm.  Light lunch provided.

For more information and to register click here: https://ucceast.ca/mental-health-work-moving-forward/


5. Liberatory Story & Play at Tatamagouche Centre Nov 10-12, 2017 

with Game Designer Avery Alder

November 10-12, 2017 – Friday 5:30 pm to Sunday 5:30 pm

REGISTER NOW

Game designer Avery Alder will introduce participants to tabletop roleplaying games and the transformative power of play. Exploring themes ranging from queer heartbreak to post-apocalyptic community to daring skyship adventure, participants will dive into playing a number of these games. Avery will highlight how games can be used as tools for better understanding ourselves, our relationships, and our collective struggles. Along the way, there will be conversations, skill-building, and time for reflection in break-out affinity groups.
Everyone will leave with the resources and knowledge to run games in their own communities. Learn how roleplaying games can be a force for reflection, transformation, and community!

Liberatory Story and Play will equip community leaders, youth, and support workers with unique tools for exploring and addressing issues of marginalized identity, community mental health, and collective struggle in a diverse and complex world.

Program Leadership Support provided by Rena Kulczycki

Program Cost: $375 (tuition, meals & lodging in a shared room)

$295 (tuition & meals only)

Can’t afford it?

Limited bursaries available! Please download the Bursary Form, fill it out, and email it back to us.

 

Thank you to the “Embracing the Spirit Innovation Fund” for financial support of this program!

Registration deadline: Thursday October 26, 2017

To register  click here or  call 902-657-2231

For poster click here.