Welcome to Anabaptist Learning Workshop
The Anabaptist Learning Workshop is a program offered by Mennonite Church Eastern Canada in cooperation with Conrad Grebel University College.
The Anabaptist Learning Workshop is a program of lifelong learning – at the intersection of Christian faith and contemporary life for laypeople, church leaders, pastors, seekers, new Canadians, and others.
The Anabaptist Learning Workshop is a program of exploration inside and outside the classroom.
- Mar. 9, 2018
Pastors from across eastern Canada gathered at Conrad Grebel University College for the annual MCEC School for Ministers from February 21-23 on the theme of “Where is the Word of God?” The conference included plenary presentations by faculty members of Grebel’s Theological Studies program, worship times, workshops, and an evening social event featuring live jazz music.
The following photos show something of the “schooling” that took place at the MCEC School for Ministers:
- Feb. 26, 2018
On Saturday, February 10, approximately thirty people gathered at Waterloo North Mennonite Church (Waterloo, ON) for a workshop entitled “Worship Come to Its Senses”, co-sponsored by Anabaptist Learning Workshop and the Kanata Centre for Worship and Global Song (affiliated with Waterloo Lutheran Seminary).
Workshop leader was Dr. Don E. Saliers, theologian-in-residence at Candler School of Theology (Emory University) and author of numerous books on the relationship between theology and worship practices.
- Feb. 5, 2018
On Saturday, January 27, a group of twenty gathered at Tavistock Mennonite Church for a workshop with Dr. Derek Suderman entitled “Reading the Bible as a Community of Learners and Teachers”. The morning consisted of an interactive Bible study on chapters three and four of the book of Jonah.
- Apr. 7, 2018
- June 2, 2018
- June 5, 2018
- Jan. 25, 2018
- Jan. 12, 2018
The ALW coffee klatsch continues! Yesterday I had the opportunity to get together with three MCEC pastors in a downtown Hamilton restaurant. As the winter rain (!) fell outside on James Street, we gathered inside to enjoy good food and good conversation.
- Dec. 11, 2017
In a recent ALW workshop, participants moved into the foundation both physically and figuratively. The result was both informative and inspiring for all those who had gathered to learn about Anabaptist history and Ethiopian history.