We want to join with curious leaders and artists who desire to follow the Spirit to new places and new things toward our vision of boundless revival.
We embrace flexible and inventive ministry models to reach the greatest number of people. Our two training pathways get us to our primary goal: seeing a movement grow across the Upper Midwest where people experience a relationship with Jesus and His Church that leads to boundless revival.
We are excited to partner with leaders who:
Gregory House is a diocesan-wide ministry school for leaders and artists, focusing on teaching biblical theology and leadership essentials. We provide this through on-the-ground training in our churches, along with diocesan seminars and retreats. The goal of Gregory House is to gain an immersive experience to discern and prepare for vocational ministry. Here are our three levels of training:
The Greenhouse Movement—a sister organization within our diocese that is closely related in vision and mission—offers a ministry training program meant to augment work within a church setting. Father William Beasley, Missioner General of Greenhouse, is a dean in our diocese, and our diocesan vision of boundless revival aligns with Greenhouse’s mission of following the Holy Spirit for the spontaneous expansion of God’s Church. Here are the three ways we accomplish our aligned mission together:
SEND Conference: The Greenhouse Movement’s annual SEND conference is a time for college students to encounter the Lord through dynamic teaching and worship, be equipped for ministry through practical workshops, and be sent forth into the harvest on their campus and beyond.