Clients

The following is a list of clients of The Paradoxy Center or Ken Howard and other organizations who have put the principles of Incarnational Christianity to work using the book, Paradoxy:


Conferences & Training

Episcopal Diocese of Eau Claire (2012). 1-day diocesan visioning conference based on Transforming Church: Exploring Incarnational Christian Community.

Episcopal Diocese of Long Island (2012). 3-day working clergy conference on Transforming Church: Exploring Incarnational Christian Community.

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Midland, MI (2011). 2-day retreat and leadership workshop on Transforming Church: Exploring Incarnational Christian Community.

Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan (2011). 2-day working clergy conference on Transforming Church: Exploring Incarnational Christian Community.

Episcopal Diocese of Missouri (2011). 3-day working clergy conference on Transforming Church: Exploring Incarnational Christian Community.

The Anam Cara Community, River Falls, WI (2011-2012). Started in the Fall of 2011, this new congregation was inspired by the principles of Paradoxy.

The Episcopal Church Office of Church Planting & Redevelopment (2009). At 5-day working conference, led workshops on Paradoxy/Incarnational Christian Community, and other topics related to church planting, church redevelopment, and fresh expressions of Church.


Keynotes & Public Presentations

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Midlands, MI (2011). Presentation on Paradoxy and incarnational Christian community.

Episcopal Diocese of Washington – Society of St. John, DC (2011). Presentation on Paradoxy and developing incarnational Christian community.

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Houston, TX (2010). Presentation on Paradoxy and developing incarnational Christian community.


Webinars

UCC Center for Progressive Renewal (2011). 60 min webinar on Paradoxy and creating incarnational Christian community (2011).

TEC Office of Church Planting & Redevelopment (2011). Led 90 min webinar on Paradoxy and church planting and redevelopment.

Christ Episcopal Church, Redondo Beach, CA (2010). 60 min webinar on Paradoxy and creating incarnational Christian community.

Organizations Using Paradoxy as a Resource

Eastminster Presbytery • OH (PCUSA)

Episcopal Diocese of Eau Claire • WI (TEC)

Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth • TX (TEC)

Episcopal Diocese of Iowa • IA (TEC)

Episcopal Province VIII • AL, AZ, CA, HI, ID, NV, OR, UT, WA, Micronesia, Navajo Lands, Taiwan (TEC)

Peacemakers Trust • Canada

Presbytery of Elizabeth • NJ (PCUSA)

The Episcopal Community • TN (TEC)

United Church of Canada Executive Committee • Canada


Seminaries Using Paradoxy as a Resource

Adelaide College of Divinity • Australia (Non-Denominational)

Asbury Theological Seminary • KY (UMC)

Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary • IN (Mennonite)

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary • TX (PCUSA)

Bethel College • IN (Missionary Church)

Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary • Alberta, Canada (SBC)

Dallas Theological Seminary • TX (Non-Denominational)

Eastern Cluster of Lutheran Seminaries • PA, SC (ELCA)

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary • IL (UMC)

General Theological Seminary • NY (TEC)

Liberty University • VA (Non-Denominational)

Moore Theological College • New South West, Australia (Anglican)

Seabury-Western Theological Seminary • IL (TEC)

St. Mary’s Seminary • MD (RC/Sulpician)

Virginia Theological Seminary • VA (TEC)


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