Called to Care

WSBM 301

Called to Care: Foundations for Caregiving is an 8-week class that explores the biblical foundations for caregiving, the role and ministry of caregiving, equipping of the caregiver, those who need care, skills of caregiving, downsides & dangers in caregiving, finding balance & direction in caregiving and benefits of caregiving. During the course, you will be invited to demonstrate care in a practical way, as well as determine how God may be calling you to be a caregiver in your future. The sponsor of this course is the Willingdon Church Care Ministries.

WSBM 301 Called to Care: Foundations for Caregiving (Hybrid)

Course Information

Date/Time: Jan 24 – Mar 14 |7:00pm – 8:30pm (Hybrid – see hybrid course guidelines below)  |

Cost: $85

Group Discount: ($50  per person for groups of 4 or more)
Please email WSBM  with the names of your group members to receive a discount code for your group.

Last Day to Register: Extended – January 20th, 2023

Course Format: Hybrid (Tuesday, Jan 24, – Mar 14, 7:00pm – 8:30pm).

In Person Jan 24 and March 14th.

Textbooks: Kopp, Herb. Soul Care: Caregiving in the Church. Winnipeg: Kindred Productions, 2001.

Hybrid Guidelines:

This course is being offered in a hybrid format.  Classes on January 24 and March 14 in particular, will be in-person (students who receive exemptions ahead of time from the instructor will receive access to a live-streaming option).  On other evenings, classes will be online via Zoom.  Class recordings will be provided for only a limited time to your class only.

Students are strongly encouraged to turn on their videos for Zoom classes.  Students who do not wish to turn on their videos will be excluded from break-out group discussions (as members in small group discussions respectfully need to be able to communicate face-to-face with each other).  Instead, these students will be sent to a “non-participating group,” where they will wait for the class to be brought back.  As break-out group discussions constitute a vital part of course participation, this will impact Credit Students’ grades.