Exousia is the Dunamis Fellowship’s leadership development program for multiplying ministry. The course equips our teachers and leaders to understand and embody our DNA, to function well as teams, and to deliver our courses faithfully and effectively.
The course was significantly updated in 2022, a step-change indicated by the ‘2.0’ version number.
This equipping is vital for our ‘ambassadors’. For Track Directors, and for making the move from Apprentice Teacher to Teacher in the Dunamis Institute, this is a required course.
Exousia 2.0 is also highly recommended for all members of a Dunamis Track leadership team so that there is a shared understanding of the principles and ethos that are addressed in the course.
The lessons and insights are valuable for all who volunteer in any kind of leadership role within Dunamis, and existing Track Directors and Teachers are definitely welcome to participate.
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Note that all of these – online and onsite – are integral components for the course.
Thursday 7th Sept (7 – 9pm) – online via Zoom
Saturday 16th Sept (9am – 1pm) – online via Zoom
Thursday 28th Sept (9am – 9pm) – at St Andrew’s URC, Canterbury
Friday 29th Sept (9am – 9pm) – at St Andrew’s URC, Canterbury
Wednesday 4th Oct (7 – 9pm) – online via Zoom
The teaching sessions will address:
Some of these topics will be handled during the online sessions.
The registration fee covers only the operating costs for this event, including use of venue. Dunamis is led by volunteers (including the teachers and leaders), assisted by a part-time Administrator.
Offerings are invited at every event to advance the work of Dunamis here and overseas.
Bursary assistance may be available: enquiries – and donations – to the bookings administrator.
Ministers are encouraged to seek a denominational training grant, and to include an element for Dunamis speakers’ expenses.
This includes the extensive Exousia 2.0 Manual and the meals / refreshments specifically noted below.
The onsite portion of this is a commuter event and accommodation is not provided. You will need to make your own arrangements. We are happy to recommend places to stay, upon enquiry.
Breakfast – a light breakfast of pastries will be available, however if you would like a bigger breakfast you will need to supplement that yourself.
Lunch will be provided.
Light refreshments (Tea/Coffee and biscuits) will be available.
Evening meals – one of our evening meals will be catered in-house and is included in the event cost. For the other, we will order in Fish & Chips (or similar) – this has not been included in the event cost as we expect people’s orders to vary – you will need to bring cash to pay for your order on the day.