Willing to Be Changed

Consider this phrase: willing to be changed.This attitude is at the heart of any faith journey: the conscious consent to being transformed by that which we encounter. Perhaps, sometimes, that means the conscious discernment about how we wish to be changed, and the pursuit of experiences that will shape us — though that pursuit can … More Willing to Be Changed

Way of Jesus

The Way of Jesus: Practices for Hopeful, Courageous Christian Lives Date: Saturday, November 17, 2018 | 9am – 12pm, followed by lunch *Please note that this workshop has been postponed by one week, to November 17. Please contact us with questions at formation @ episcopalmn dot org* St. Andrew’s By the Lake, 2802 Minnesota Ave, … More Way of Jesus

The Diaconate, Diakonia, and Why They Matter to the Church

Saturday, February 2, 2019, 9am – 3pm in Collegeville, MN, Followed by a Deacon Call Conversation hosted by the Commission for the Diaconate — more details to come about this portion of the day. Participants in this workshop will review the history of deacons, deaconesses, and the revival of the diaconate over the last 150 years. … More The Diaconate, Diakonia, and Why They Matter to the Church

Lay Leadership Day

Building effective practices for vibrant communities Saturday, February 29th, 2020 | 9am – 3pm | ECMN Gathering Space, Minneapolis | Free CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY! This free, single-day event offered by the School for Formation will help you continue to build your vibrant community with resources and workshops. Lay Leadership Day is a great … More Lay Leadership Day

Anti-Racism Training

Dates and Locations TBA Understanding Racism The Episcopal Church in Minnesota’s Anti-Racism Committee will facilitate a conversation using a movie called Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity as a way to engage in community dialogue that is meant to help deepen the conversation on race. Cracking the Codes is a systemic approach to understanding racial inequity … More Anti-Racism Training

Episcopal Canon Law

Friday, October 4, 2019, 1pm – 4pm ECMN Retreat Center in Faribault   No cost to register.   This three-hour course covers the theology behind the canons of the Episcopal Church, with a deep dive into Title IV, the ecclesiastical discipline process. Students will learn what constitutes an offense under Title IV as well as … More Episcopal Canon Law