LOV Residency

Held each year early in the summer, the five-day residential program offers time with a faculty team, subject-matter experts (in such areas as leadership, ecclesiology, and Biblical studies), vocational and spiritual inventory instruments, peer-group consultation and worship. Each annual residency consists of bishops who have been in office for differing periods of time. The plenary portions of the conference include all bishops, while the collegial portions separate participants into groups based on consecration/class years.

Past Residency participants have gained the following from their conference experience:    

  • Deeper and closer relationships with my class and other colleagues
  • Renewal and refreshment
  • Greatly enhanced understanding of the nuances of Title IV
  • Deeper sense of my identity as a Bishop
  • Clearer sense of the ways leadership can be provided through the office and ministry of bishop
  • Connections with Canadian Church
  • Confidence in dealing with media
  • Better foundation and capacity to reflect on my ministry (and self) as bishop   

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  • 2008 Residency
  • 2008 Residency
  • 2008 Residency
  • 2009 Residency
  • 2009 Residency
  • 2009 Residency
  • 2009 Residency
  • 2009 Residency
  • 2010 Residency
  • 2010 Residency