The Anglican tradition has always been a faith grounded in an Incarnational understanding – taking Christ’s birth, life, and death as its model. It is a model that calls us into relationship with God, with ourselves, and with each other. The Mentor/Peer Minister relationship is a visible expression of this Incarnational understanding.
In the coming 2015-16 academic year we will be piloting a mentor/peer minister relationship as a means to deepen the formation of our peer ministers faith formation, Christian community, discernment, and leadership development. The following Mentor-Peer Minister Guides 2014 will give you a concise overview of the mutual goals of the peers and mentors as well as what is expected of the mentors and what we hope the mentors gain from the experience.