Health authorities are suggesting that restrictions on larger events could last well into and beyond May as a result of the continually evolving COVID-19 pandemic. With everyone’s well-being in mind, we have decided to postpone our UNITE 2020 gathering scheduled for May 7-8, 2020.
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Jesus-centred Leadership Formation is one of the key areas of focus for Jesus Collective. We’re excited to be piloting a series of Online Learning Collectives – six week, cohort based formation experiences featuring facilitated small group learning, weekly spiritual practices, live Interaction with thought leaders, one-on-one coaching, interactive online forums, and curated learning resources.
Join our next Online Learning Collective Cohort Pilot: Exploring Together the Jesus-Centred Way in a Polarized World. Including live interactions with Bruxy Cavey, Danielle Strickland, Brad Jersak, Greg Boyd, and others.
This learning collective will run from mid-April to late May, 2020.
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Want to be a part of this experience?
We’re experimenting with a series of relational, podcast-style equipping hangouts. We want to create space for like-minded leaders to wrestle with what Jesus-centred living and leadership means, while learning from and engaging with thought and practice leaders from this growing Jesus-centred movement. In each online gathering, attendees can interact with our guest presenter and each other through a live discussion and Q&A time, and join smaller break-out rooms to meet others and process the content together. The content will be challenging and provide some practical equipping ideas that can make a difference in our everyday Jesus-centred life and leadership.
We’re hosting a series of these gatherings with a range of guests and topics, so check back over the coming months for updates.
Have ideas? Share ’em with us at email@example.com.
Our upcoming podcasts are listed below:
Is Our Jesus Too White?
April 9, 2020, 2-3:45pm EST
Join us as we ask probing questions of ourselves and the Jesus-Centred movement. In a world of racial and ethnic polarization we pause to ask, is our Jesus too white? Is our Jesus too Eurocentric?
How do we move towards greater ethnic and racial diversity in our pluralistic world? How can our churches be a greater reflection of the ethnic and racial compositions of their communities? How can we be catalysts for greater spiritual and economic healing in the poorest neighborhoods surrounding our churches?These are some of the questions we will be asking Pastor Rici Skei.
Rici Skei co-pastors On Ramps Covenant Church in Fresno, California. On Ramps is a multi-ethnic and multi-racial church in the Lowell neighborhood. Once known as the”Devil’s Triangle”, this neighborhood is now known for its collaborative leaders and God-given mission. Comprised of 750 properties, 1,500 addresses, and 6,800 residents. Sixty six percent of the residents are Latino (1/2 are estimated to be undocumented), 15% are White, 11% are Asian, and 8% are Black. Seventy-five percent of this community does not hold a High School Diploma and the median annual income is just under $13,000. This is On Ramps “parish”.
Rici has a personal vocation to prepare the way for the Lord. To bring reconciliation to the body of Christ through musical worship and the preached Word. She runs Rici Skei Ministries and is a prophetic preacher and singer whose voice is needed in our polarizing times.
Join us for an informal gathering with other pastors and ministry leaders who are interested in learning more about this new Jesus-centered network we’re shaping called Jesus Collective. It’s a time to cast vision, share input and feedback, listen and learn, pray together, meet some new friends, and network relationally. We’d love to see you at one!
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