NETWORK Workshop: Collaborative Ministry – Bringing together leaders, gifts and skills
October 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
A virtual series for leaders and volunteers in Youth, Young Adult, and Family & Children Ministries
Collaboration is a key element in helping youth ministry thrive, but it takes intentional effort to do well. Whether you are connecting with new leaders, or a new ministry, collaboration can help you incorporate new gifts and skills into ministry and further the mission of the Gospel. We will review a practical understanding of what collaborative ministry is (and isn’t). We’ll explore how we can implement collaboration in our ministries by exploring the unique relationship between youth ministry and campus ministry in the Diocese of Charlottetown as a case study.
Lauren van Vliet, M.Div.,
Diocesan Youth Ministry Coordinator, Diocese of Charlottetown (PEI) and Campus Minister, University of Prince Edward Island
Lauren van Vliet has been involved in youth, young adult, and campus ministries in some capacity for over fifteen years. She is currently serving as the Diocesan Youth Ministry Coordinator for the Diocese of Charlottetown (PEI) and as a campus minister at the University of Prince Edward Island. Previously she served in parish youth ministry in Regina, SK. She has a Master of Divinity from Regis College. In her free time, she enjoys cooking with her husband, writing YA fantasy novels, and watching movies.
Cost: $15 CND
This Workshop series is part of NETWORK, a program of leadership formation for youth, young adult and family and children ministry offered by the Redemptorists of North America and Ignite Ministry. www.ignite-canada.ca