Discover your unique shape.
Discern your place in God’s economy.
Do what you were designed to.
Calling Lab will help you to discern the voice of God and amid all the voices clamoring for your attention. If you are wrestling with your place, wondering if you were meant for more, or unsure of what you have to offer, Calling Lab is for you.
Calling Lab provides the space, structure, and tools to help bring your personality, gifts, history, and opportunities clearly into focus. But far more than self-discovery, this journey will help you listen to God and discern how your unique shape has been divinely designed to fit into God’s redemptive work in the world.
Calling Lab will meet on Wednesday evenings, 7-8:45PM, beginning the last week in January.
Our 2023 cohort dates are:
- January 30
- February 6
- February 13
- February 20
- February 27
- March 13
In addition to in-group time, you’ll have approximately 90 minutes of work to be completely outside of the group each week. Participants should plan to attend all sessions.
Your Calling Lab registration fee includes course materials, a full Enneagram Assessment from the leading provider (WEPSS), and six weeks of professional facilitation by experienced guides.
- The cost of the course is $150
- You also have the option of registering at a subsidized rate of $100
- Or paying the plus rate of $200 which will help to subsidize someone else’s participation in the lab.
Find the payment link at the end of the registration form
**It is our hope that everyone would be able to participate in Calling Lab, regardless of their financial means. If the subsidized rate would still be an obstacle to you, please reach out to discuss our limited number of needs based scholarships.
Calling Lab will run in a cohort format. The journey includes discovery exercises and assessments (Enneagram, Big Five, APEST), small group coaching, and individual reading and reflection.
Your guides for this journey will by:
JOSH WILSON is Network Director & Leadership Catalyst for The Table, a microchurch network in Boston and Co-Founder of Brave Teams, a firm resourcing companies and nonprofits with critical frameworks and shared experiences to foster a thriving culture. Josh is a sought after speaker, trainer, and coach. He loves leveraging his diverse personal and professional experiences and decades of spiritual pursuit to empower individuals and communities to reach their potential and inspire them to play their part in the renewal of the world. Josh lives in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston with his wife, Aly, and daughter Ava.
MAGGIE AUSTEN is a newly barred attorney and experienced nonprofit professional, specializing in accessibility consulting and experiential inclusion workshop facilitation. Maggie is a trained coach, educator, and advocate, committed to Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access, and Anti-Racism. She is passionate about using her own experiences and privilege to facilitate individual and organizational transformation, specifically around inclusion and belonging. Maggie lives in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston with her guide dog Gus, retired guide Bella, roommate Elizabeth, and Elizabeth’s guide dog puppy, Winnie.
Registration is now open. The deadline to register is Friday, Jan 27.