Thursday, September 12, 2013

Christian Education Canada

A local parish, St Peter & St Paul, Esquimalt, has undertaken to provide, from a number of sources, an online resource of Education for the Anglican Church called Christian Education Canada.  It's a big name, with a big aim, and is just taking shape around online discussions and a Google+ page they are constructing. At the moment videos and records of G+ hangouts are being hosted by the Parish page on Google - though I think there will be a G+ page for CEC.

Well, I have put my two cents worth in and made a pilot video which I hope to expand into some talks on the Creeds.... Actually my gifted and energetic colleague and friend, Craig Heibert, St John's Family Ministry Co-ordinator has.  This has been accepted by CEC and I am just planning to get my head around the idea of how to address the Creed, or indeed which Creed... I suspect my thoughts will be based on work previously done with colleagues from the Papworth Team Ministry on the Apostle's Creed.

Anyway, visit the G+ page or go via St Peter & St Paul's... but here's the video that Craig and I put together - or rather, he put together and I waffled through....
If that doesn't work, please do watch it on the page - here.
I've also discovered that SJD has a YouTube Channel which has lots of very interesting stuff here



6 comments:

Bob MacDonald said...

I see movement but I can't hear anything

Alastair McCollum said...

I could say that about a lot of what I do, Bob :-) there should be an arrow to click in the middle of the screen- but I need help from Craig to get the size to a sensible place anyway and will address that. It's kind of like an animated gif at the moment....

Bob MacDonald said...

I did manage to listen and see on the St P&P site - nice work

Bob MacDonald said...

By the way - I love your recording studio - brilliant! I have a video on the Psalter - but it's not exactly an intro! I could do one though...

Alastair McCollum said...

Thank you, Bob, coming from someone of your educational credentials I take that as high praise!

Alastair McCollum said...

You may want to make yourself known on the G+ page for SS P&P, tell them I sent you :-)