Faithwalking & Churches Learning Change

Faithwalking is a spiritual formation process where people are increasingly following the way of Jesus, experiencing ongoing transformation, and developing effective practices for missional living: serving the poor, the marginalized, and those in need; working for the common good; and restoring individuals, social systems, communities, and nations to God’s intended design.

Through teaching and coaching, leaders are empowered to equip their communities to live the fully human, fully alive life that Jesus lived. Our core work centers around helping you and those in your community to master the work of spiritual formation, inner healing, emotional transformation, and missional living.

Contact Rev. Dr. Sherri Meyer-Veen, the Regional Synod Faithwalking and CLC Coordinator

If Faithwalking is best described as a PERSONAL transformation journey, intended for individuals to live more on mission with God and others; "Churches Learning Change" formerly known as "Ridder Church Renewal" is a CORPORATE transformation journey with the same goals, based on Faithwalking.  Churches Learning Change uses information that is most likely not new to those who have gone to seminary.  What is new is that it is an intentional journey to put that information into practice with a team from a particular setting, in conjunction with other teams from across the region over a 2.5 - 5 year period of time.  Information does not transform; we believe information, practice and reflection are all a part of living into the ongoing transformation God has for us!  Come be a part of the journey.

Download this collection of reflections from current CLC participants. 

Download the CLC 2020 brochure.

What is Faithwalking? 

Linda from Scotia shares some of her journey while answering that question.

Why take on the journey of Churches Learning Change?

What are the impacts of Churches Learning Change?