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 November 6-8, 2019

 
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About Synod 2019

Him We Proclaim

Our annual synod gathering will be in Ottawa this year, hosted by St. Peter & St. Paul’s. It is our 12th Synod as the Anglican Network in Canada. Our theme this year is “Him We Proclaim” taken from Colossians 1:28-29:

“Him we proclaim, warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone mature in Christ. For this I toil, struggling with all his energy that he powerfully works within me.”

Our aim is to theme all aspects of our gathering around the proclaiming of Christ and the bringing of our people to maturity in him.

You can see our early draft agenda here: view agenda

 

We are registering by zones again this year,

please view this map to confirm what zone you are in before you register.

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Speaker

 
 
 
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JIM SALLADIN

BA (Wheaton College); MDiv (Regent College); PhD (University of St. Andrews)

Jim Salladin has served as rector of Emmanuel Anglican Church in New York City since the fall of 2016. Originally from California, he worked at St. John's Vancouver Anglican Church and St James Muswell Hill in London. Jim recently completed his PhD through the University of St. Andrews with the focus of his research on grace and divine participation in Jonathan Edwards’s thought. He and his wife Amber have two sons, Caleb and Peter.

 
 
 

Workshops

 
WORKSHOP DAY - Wednesday   On the Wednesday of Synod we have our workshops. When you register you’ll be able to select which two you’d like to attend. This year we’re focusing around our  5 Priorities , how they relate to proclaiming Christ and specific, tangible ways to implement them. Here is a list of our current lineup for 2019:

WORKSHOP DAY - Wednesday

On the Wednesday of Synod we have our workshops. When you register you’ll be able to select which two you’d like to attend. This year we’re focusing around our 5 Priorities, how they relate to proclaiming Christ and specific, tangible ways to implement them. Here is a list of our current lineup for 2019:

TELLING A BETTER STORY | Loving Children & Families    Rev. Jeremy Graham - Priority Leader     Proclaiming the gospel in a culture of SOGI, Snapchat and Sunday soccer –   This workshop will explore the impact of rapid changes in Canadian culture on the ways we seek to do evangelism and discipleship for children, youth and families.

TELLING A BETTER STORY | Loving Children & Families

Rev. Jeremy Graham - Priority Leader

Proclaiming the gospel in a culture of SOGI, Snapchat and Sunday soccer – This workshop will explore the impact of rapid changes in Canadian culture on the ways we seek to do evangelism and discipleship for children, youth and families.

THE BIBLE & APOLOGETICS | Biblically Grounded    Rev. Daniel Gilman - Deacon & Apologist     When we talk to people about the Christian faith it is not uncommon that they will level criticisms about the Bible. What are some of the typical criticisms? What is a wise answer? How do you engage in "apologetic" conversations in general? Our workshop leader is The Rev'd Daniel Gilman. He is an ANiC transitional Deacon, and he is on staff with RZIM Canada as an apologist.

THE BIBLE & APOLOGETICS | Biblically Grounded

Rev. Daniel Gilman - Deacon & Apologist

When we talk to people about the Christian faith it is not uncommon that they will level criticisms about the Bible. What are some of the typical criticisms? What is a wise answer? How do you engage in "apologetic" conversations in general? Our workshop leader is The Rev'd Daniel Gilman. He is an ANiC transitional Deacon, and he is on staff with RZIM Canada as an apologist.

 
REACHING COMMUNITIES THE JESUS WAY | On Mission    Rev. Neil Van Heerden - Priority Leader    It is vital that we continue to proclaim Him outside of our church building. During this workshop, we will be looking at how Jesus affected the communities of His day and how can we effectively reach ours. We will look at various practical ways to start or increase outreach and mission programs at your church or group. Every community can be impacted by the Gospel and we will explore how to make correct choices regarding the community you are in.

REACHING COMMUNITIES THE JESUS WAY | On Mission

Rev. Neil Van Heerden - Priority Leader


It is vital that we continue to proclaim Him outside of our church building. During this workshop, we will be looking at how Jesus affected the communities of His day and how can we effectively reach ours. We will look at various practical ways to start or increase outreach and mission programs at your church or group. Every community can be impacted by the Gospel and we will explore how to make correct choices regarding the community you are in.

GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYTHING | Bold Witnesses    Scott Hunt - Priority Leader & ANiC Comm Director     To be bold about the gospel with everyone everywhere in everything, we have to be convinced we have something which dramatically affects everyone everywhere in everything. But how? How can we speak the gospel directly into everyday stuff—parenting, pornography, divorce, technology, anxiety, school, dating? That’s what we’re going to explore in this workshop, through practical, real-world examples: how to train people to be bold with the good news about Jesus by seeing it as it is: good news for everything!

GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYTHING | Bold Witnesses

Scott Hunt - Priority Leader & ANiC Comm Director

To be bold about the gospel with everyone everywhere in everything, we have to be convinced we have something which dramatically affects everyone everywhere in everything. But how? How can we speak the gospel directly into everyday stuff—parenting, pornography, divorce, technology, anxiety, school, dating? That’s what we’re going to explore in this workshop, through practical, real-world examples: how to train people to be bold with the good news about Jesus by seeing it as it is: good news for everything!

Planting & Growing Churches   Description coming soon!

Planting & Growing Churches

Description coming soon!

Location

St. Peter & St. Paul’s Ottawa

152 Metcalfe St, Ottawa, ON K2P 1N9

(see map)

Rector: Rev. Canon Brent Stiller

Website: peterpaulottawa.com

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 Accommodations

 

The Lord Elgin

100 Elgin Street, Ottawa

  • 2 queen beds $199/night plus taxes

For questions or to book:

  • Call: 1-800-267-4298
    and reference “Anglican Network in Canada”

  • Email: groups@lordelgin.ca
    and reference “Anglican Network in Canada”

  • Book online:

Capital Hill Hotel & Suites

88 Albert Street, Ottawa

  • 1 queen bed $149/night plus taxes

  • 2 queen beds $159/night plus taxes

For questions or to book:

  • Call: 1-800-463-7705
    and reference “Anglican Network”

  • Email: frontdesk@capitalhill.com
    and reference “Anglican Network”

  • To book online use Group Code #850291 and Pin# ANGLI (pin is case sensitive):


Interested in splitting the cost of a hotel room for Synod 2019? We’ve created a facebook group where you can connect with other people who may also be interested. You can find out more here: facebook.com/groups/synod2019roomshare

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