Ep 6 The Pandemic Reformation and the Post Pandemic Church Part 1

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It is a new pandemic month and, like good Lutherans, Pastor Courtenay and Pastor Erik have been thinking about reformation – Pandemic Reformation that is. We are living in a moment of accelerated social, cultural and ecclesiological change. Who we were going into this pandemic will be changed into new people coming out the other side. 

In Episode 6, we discuss our hopes, dreams and wishes for a post-pandemic church coming through this Pandemic Reformation. 

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This podcast is sponsored by the Manitoba Northwestern Ontario Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC).

Music by Audionautix.com

Theme Song – “Jesus Loves Me” by Lutheran Outdoor Ministries in Alberta and the North (LOMAN)

One thought on “Ep 6 The Pandemic Reformation and the Post Pandemic Church Part 1”

  1. I am not a church goer and the Springs Church position strengthened my resolve that I am/was making the best choice for my family by breaking ties with the organization I was raised in.
    The letter you published has changed my outlook once again, knowing that the Christian community as a whole doesn’t take this position. I’ve worked in a Manitoba trauma center for 25 years treating patients; I will tell you Springs Church challenge of the Public Health act has raised a level of anger within me I have never felt toward an institution before. I, in fact, used it as an example of Christianity throughout the ages in dinner conversation with my family.
    In short, your open letter diffused that and put that particular churches position into perspective, as that of an institution led by a man who saw an opportunity to further legacy build through court action, at the expense of human life.
    This is a note from me to say “thank-you” for diffusing the anger incited within me and allowing me an opportunity to remain open to the church community as a whole, but that’s another conversation.
    Be well,
    Jason

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