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Ministry Leadership Day 2023

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Join us on Thursday, March 30 for Ministry Leadership Day 2022 as Heritage Theological Seminary welcomes Bruce J. Clemenger, Senior Ambassador and President Emeritus of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada.

Throughout the day, Clemenger will be discussing the topic of Pluralism, Secularism, and the New Orthodoxy: Christian Witness amidst Canada’s Emerging Civil Religion.

We are looking forward to the opportunity to once again welcome pastors and ministry leaders to Heritage for a day of encouragement and equipping, as well as inviting people to join the event by livestream from their homes, offices, or churches.

Details and Registration

Date and Time

Thursday, March 30, 2023 from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

Registration Cost

General Admission – $60.00

Heritage Partner Churches – $30.00

Livestream Only – $30.00

Please Note: The Heritage Partner Church discounted rate is not available for the Livestream option. 

About Bruce J. Clemenger

After 30-plus years of service, Bruce J. Clemenger has recently been appointed the role of Senior Ambassador and President Emeritus of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada. Before this new role, he led The EFC as its CEO and President for 20 years.

He has served with EFC since 1992 and in 1996 he established the EFC’s Ottawa office and became the founding director of the EFC’s Centre for Faith and Public Life. As a part of his ministry, Clemenger has extensive contact with Christian leaders as well as key policymakers from across Canada. He has also become a respected and prominent speaker and writer on topics surrounding religion, culture, ethics, and politics.

He holds a BA (Honours) in economics and history, a Master of Philosophical Foundations in political history, and is currently working on a PhD in pollical theory. He has recently authored his latest book, The New Orthodoxy: Canada’s Emerging “Civil Religion”, focusing on presenting a model of public and political engagement and a defence of religious freedom, especially the freedom to disagree, in an increasingly secularist state.

He and his wife, Tracy, and two daughters live in the Ottawa Valley.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR MINISTRY LEADERSHIP DAY 2023