Contents divided into four main sections: Local and Shared Ministry -- Urban and Community Ministry -- Indigenous Ministry -- A Theology of Ministry.
Contents: Introduction / Maylanne Maybee -- The Kokanee Story / Dirk T. Rinehart-Pidcock -- Non-Stipendiary Ordained Ministry / David Fletcher -- Lay Leadership Comes Alive / Michelle Moore -- Parishes without Full-Time Clergy / Robin Duffield -- Ecumenical Shared Ministry / George Pell -- The Border Parish / Granvyvl G. Hulse -- Educating for Mutual Ministry / Donald Phillips -- River North Anglican Parishes / Maylanne Maybee with Peter Flynn -- The Industrial Cape Breton Experiment / Jack Risk -- From Charity to Justice / Pat Connolly and Sue Garvey -- Tradition and Transformation / Michael Batten -- New Westminster Reachout / Kimiko Karpoff -- Mile Endd Community Mission / Roslyn Macgregor -- God has Moved into the Neighbourhood / Mark Kinghan -- Dr. Jessie Saulteaux Resource Centre / Maylanne Maybee with Aileen Urquhart -- Keewatin and TAIP / David N. Ashdown -- The Henry Budd Experience / Fletcher Stewart -- Thirty Years of Change and Development / John A. (Ian) MacKenzie -- The Bread Will Rise / Maylanne Maybee -- Bringing the Light of Christ into Places of Darkness : The Diaconate in the Anglican Church of Canada / Maylanne Maybee -- Priestly Ministry / Michael Thompson -- The Episcopate / Michael Ingham -- Biographical Sketches.
"Creative Leadership Series. Lyle E. Schaller, Editor."
"This book deals with problems of change in the church. In real life, there are as many failures as there are successes. Here are six case studies of typical churches, their problems, and some solutions, along with creative suggestions that can be applied to many situations" -- back cover.
Contents: Foreword / Lyle E. Schaller -- Preface -- A Little Church Discovers a Big Potential -- How to Succeed or Fail by Merging -- The Hazards of Ministry in a Changing Community -- The Palatine Cluster: A Surprisingly Mixed Blessing -- A New Church That Didn't Make It -- An Old Church Reaches a New Generation -- The Challenge of Leadership in a Time of Change.