Author Archives: 3 Streams

Western Canada Leadership Summit 2014

We are excited to announce that the 2014 Western Canada Leadership Summit will be held on May 19-21, 2014 (Monday evening through Wednesday noon) at Alberta Bible College, 635 Northmount Drive, NW, Calgary, Alberta, T2K 3J6. Our resource leaders for this event will be Alan and Debbie Hirsch. They will help us explore themes related [...]

Western Canadian Leadership Summit

On May 6-8, 2013, many of the leaders of our Restoration churches and ministries will gather at Alberta Bible College for the Western Canadian Leadership Renewal Summit. You are invited, along with the folk in your congregation who have a heart for the emerging generation! As you are making travel plans, remember that the Summit [...]

Please Send Information For This Site

You are encouraged to visit the 3 Streams Website at for information about the fellowship of churches across Canada known as Churches of Christ, Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ), and Christian Churches in Canada. Although we go by different names and work in different parts of the country we have a common history and [...]

Bibby Response Document

1.  What are the strengths of the Restoration Movement which enable a positive response to the results of Bibby’s research? Unity Open to changing demographics We are Chriistians only but not the only Christians. We are open to others We are open to immigrant populations 1. We’re very, very sneaky 2. Relational 3. Affinity with [...]

Leadership Summit Jigsaw Document

JigSaw – Discussion of Chapters 1.  What ideals of the Restoration Movement are identified by the authors? -Jesus is head of the the church -the name Christian is “non-sectarian” -sola-scriptura -priesthood of all believers -right to private judgement; in essentials unity, in non-essentials diversity, in all things love -unity of all believers that the whole [...]

What’s Happening Across Canada?

What’s Happening Across Canada? “This is a time for a dramatically new vision. The current predicament of churches in North America requires more than a mere tinkering with long-assumed notions about the identity and mission of the church. Instead, as many knowledgeable observers have noted, there is a need for reinventing or rediscovering the church [...]