Community Catalysts is a new yearly rhythm of three gatherings for everyone who wants to or is leading, influencing or serving the WCV community in some way shape or form. We’re calling you “catalysts” because you initiate activity, events or change within the WCV community in a positive way.
catalyst [ kat-l-ist ] “Something (or someone) that causes activity, an event or change.”
With this in mind, the goal of Community Catalysts is threefold:
- to encourage each other with connection and fun
- to equip each other with relevant training
- to envision each other to what God is calling us to
The first Community Catalyst event is Monday, May 17, 7 – 9pm and we have something special lined up…
We have engaged Vineyard Canada’s Leadership Development Team (Sherry Ansloos is part of this team) who are providing us with some high quality experiences that will help us “connect on what matters most”. This interactive training will be guided by Brady Wilson (Vineyard Canada National Team and CEO of Juice Inc.).
To get a taste of what Brady will offer us, you can watch his Ted Talk entitled “How to Fix the Exhausted Brain”:
Here’s the summary of what we’ll explore:
- How do we call out the best in each other as a community?
- How do we unlock energy in ourselves and in those we serve and lead?
- How do we connect on what matters most to each other in order to accomplish the mission God has given us?
These are the kind of questions Brady will discuss in this highly engaging and interactive time together. You won’t want to miss it! This first gathering will provide the foundation on which we will build subsequent Community Catalyst events in the Fall of 2021 and Winter 2022 with Brady and the Vineyard Canada Leadership Development team.
Who is this for?:
Everyone who wants to or is leading or serving in WCV in some way is welcome to participate. If you’re in high school now or those school days are ancient history, you are welcome to come!
(this takes you to an Eventbrite sign up page)
>>Monday, May 17, 7 – 9pm<<
What is a catalyst?: