Presentation on theme: "Meet the Chaplain Rev. Tim Nethercott was ordained in the United Church following careers in Book Publishing, teaching English and working with refugees."— Presentation transcript:
Meet the Chaplain Rev. Tim Nethercott was ordained in the United Church following careers in Book Publishing, teaching English and working with refugees. He has worked and studied in Europe and Asia. Tim’s iterestes include Contemplative Spirituality, Multi-Faith dialogue, music and cycling.
“Besides providing an entrance into congregational life, the Campus Ministry gave me a foundation for questioning--ways to look at my faith and a place to start growing that faith in community. I had been developing that myself but I needed that place where I could be nurtured and grow.” Michelle Johnson, B.A. “The Campus Ministry has given students strength, hope, encouragement, family, spiritual guidance and fun! It really is a community of Spirit, love and soul.” Katy Speerstra, B.Sc. Student Voices
What the Campus Ministry Does The Campus Ministry reaches a large audience from our office in the Multi-Faith Chaplains’ Centre at U of C. Below you can see what we were doing in 2008.
Pastoral Care Open-door Counseling & hundreds of lunches both semesters for Students.
Worship We held services both on and off-Campus in 2008.
Outreach We reach a large audience through Drumming and the Multi-Faith Labyrinth.
Teaching We are part of the intellectual life of the University: Writing, Lectures and Public Speaking.
Pastoral Networking The Chaplain ministers to an extensive network of Young Adults.
What the Campus Ministry Costs Figures from 2008 $83,000Total
Where Our Support Comes From Figures from 2008 Alberta & Northwest Conf. (UCC) Calgary Presbytery (UCC) Presbyterians Sharing (PCC) Local Congregations & Foundations (UCC/PCC) Individuals (PCC/UCC) Special Gift (Logos Education Soc.) Total 59,000 7,860 12,854 $79,709 12,000
Supporting the United/Pre sbyterian Campus Ministry
The Campus Ministry is funded entirely by the Churches and by individuals. In ‘08 the Campus Ministry had 50-60 individual donors and raised $10,000. In 2008 the Campus Ministry received a special gift of $12,000 from the Logos Education Society (Logos Christian Schools). We’d like you to know…
Two ways you can help: 1)Become a donor. 2)Invite a friend to become a donor.
Become a donor. You may return the card in the box provided. If you wish to consider your response further, please take one of the stamped envelopes provided and mail in your donation at your convenience.
Invite a friend to become a donor. If you know anyone who: has a child or grandchild in post- secondary education is concerned about the church’s ministry with 18 to 25 yr. olds Please take a package for them.
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