A Week of Cross and Multi-Cultural Ministry with Two Masters, April 21-25, 2008
Monday February 4th, 2008
Wycliffe is pleased to offer a one week, intensive summer school course, April 21-25, 2008 with two of its own graduates, who, between them, have over 40 years of experience in and passion for parish ministry in multi and cross cultural settings.
The Rt. Rev. Mark MacDonald was recently appointed the National Indigenous Anglican Bishop of Canada. He had been the bishop of Alaska, and the pastoral bishop of Navajoland, a position he continues to cover as the NIAB. The Rt. Rev. Dr. Patrick Yu serves as Suffragan Bishop for the Diocese of Toronto. Both men have a keen grasp of the history and theory of multi and cross cultural ministry and evangelism and have lived their ministries in this context.
Cross-Cultural and Multi-Cultural Ministry, will reflect this blend of history, theory and practice, focusing on the history and theory of cross-cultural ministry and multi-cultural ministries in North America. It will look at actual cross-cultural ministries, using Navajo and Chinese practices, as well as strategies for current and future ministries in these settings. Come, spend a week with these two masters. Read, study and worship with them. Share in the equipping of the church to serve all God's people.
For more information about the courses being offered this summer at Wycliffe, please visit our Summer Session 2008 page.