The world of work and ministry is changing. The gig economy is now one of the fastest growing forms of employment worldwide. Canadian ministry is being shaped by the innovation multivocational leaders bring from their various contexts.
The Canadian Thriving in Multivocational Ministry Project was launched to create an accessible, affordable, inclusive, and sustainable community of practice to prepare and support multivocational leaders and their families as they build and lead thriving congregations.
The project brings together educators, mental health practitioners, church planting organizations, and leadership experts to better equip Christian ministry, enhance leader support systems, and expand research for our most treasured resource: people.
Welcome to The Village, our community of multivocational leaders across Canada helping one another in ministry
Travel the multivocational journey with companions who share their own unique vocations. This community is an open space to give and receive from other multivocational leaders in the Canadian ministry landscape.
Access free leadership coaching and develop a community of support provided by Briercrest Seminary Leadership Centre and Paul Magnus Centre for Leadership Studies
Access free counselling services for mulitvocational ministers and their families provided in conjunction with Briercrest Seminary Counselling Services
Track your vocational well-being and explore ministry-specific sources of satisfaction and stress through the Malcolm Inventory of Satisfaction & Stress in Ministry (MISSiM)
It gives us tremendous pride to be recognized for all of the hard work we do here at Spacious Vocations. Explore some of our latest media features below. Do they inspire you to get involved? Don’t hesitate to reach out!