AUGUST 8 - OCT. 24, 2022
The world’s cities are dramatically expanding, along with the material and spiritual needs of their most marginalized residents. Since 1993, Servant Partners has worked towards holistic transformation in communities around the world. Join us in listening to the strengths and groanings of your neighbours and co-create a seed project in response.
The CTC is designed for
Leaders who desire mutual transformation with marginalized neighbours, instead of adopting a charity model
Leaders ready for hands-on learning, co-creating innovative ministry approaches with neighbours
Leaders discerning long-term work alongside urban marginalized communities
Leaders who are eager and ready to initiate potentially new relationships and want to co-create a small responsive action with those in their marginalized community
Over 12 weeks participants will
Online cohort meetings Monday 5:00 - 7:30 pm PST
12 weeks total alternating weeks of online cohort and in-person engagement in your local context.
5 sessions of one-on-one coaching with experienced community transformation leaders
Required minimum of 3 hours of engagement per week in one community for the duration of the program
Servant Partners Canada is committed to accessibility. In the imbalance of this world's economy, people differ greatly in their financial resources through no fault or merit of their own. We are able to offer this certificate--including 31 hours of professional training and coaching--at a greatly reduced cost to you thanks to the generous support of donors. The fee to participate is $300 with scholarships available. We do not want finances to be a barrier to your participation! Email email@example.com for more information.
Testimonials of past participants
"The program gave me such clarity: I now know how to start something with a neighbour where there wasn't anything."
Jessica in Colorado
"I began listening to understand my neighbour
and I recognized
that just listening
was serving them in the greatest way I can."
Andrea in Ontario
"I have gained more insight into what holistic transformation entails. Shalom is about the total wellbeing of the poor, not just material or spiritual, but both and more."
Bolaji in California
"Before the CTC I had a hard time applying a missional worldview to my city. This allowed me to see parts of my city I didn't know existed."
Seth in Colorado