Let’s break out of our siloes and start climbing the mountain with the same resources in front of us. Find the resources below that suit you best and browse the resources you could pass on someone else.

Resources for Young People

Examples of Calling

What Is ‘Call’?
Call Stories
  • CALLED series videos (Call stories to lay ministry, pastoral ministry, and servant ministry; scroll to bottom of page to download)
  • The Listening Chair podcast (stories of how laypeople feel God moving in their own lives)
  • Lives Explored video project (Call stories collected by the Collegeville Institute; includes call stories from non-Christian faiths)
  • Called to Be… (a collection of call stories from people serving in a wide variety of fields, collected by Student Christian Movement)

Small Group & Bible Studies

Culture of Call Resources for Churches

  • Congregational Resources from Communities of Calling at Collegeville Institute
  • Additional resources from Communities of Calling at Collegeville Institute
  • Creative Strategies on Calling – a webinar offering practical ideas for starting or continuing efforts around vocation and calling in your congregational community, from Communities of Calling at Collegeville Institute. Download the PowerPoint for the webinar
  • A Feast of Ideas – Laura Kelly Fanucci shares an overview of the Exploring Vocation in Community program (from Communities of Calling at Collegeville Institute), in which 10 congregations worked on vocation: project examples, key findings, and best practices.

Exclusive Resources for Trained Timothy Circle Mentors

Exclusive Resources for Trained Timothy Circle Call Champions

Relating to Young People

Conversations with Young People
Learning About Gen Z

Worship Resources for Culture of Call

Spiritual Gifts & Strengths Inventories

The Timothy Circle hosts resources and opportunities from a variety of faith perspectives.  We all have something to contribute!  But be aware that some of those perspectives may not match your own – especially in the areas of who should and shouldn’t preside in worship.  We trust you to do the research to know which resources and opportunities are the best fit for you.


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