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Changing Posts

11th February to 13th February 2019

Ordained
Ongoing Ministerial Development

A residential course for clergy and lay ministers who have changed post recently

Changing Posts

Details

This is a 48 hour residential course for Anglican and Methodist clergy and licensed lay ministers who have changed post recently.

This course is intended to give colleagues time to reflect together on transition, leading change, any challenges they face and on the experiences in their new role. It is open to Anglican and Methodist ministers from across the Yorkshire Regional Training Partnership.

Leaders

  • Andrew Tawn (Anglican) – Andrew is the Director of Clergy Development for the diocese of Leeds
  • Graham Jones (Methodist) – Graham is a Learning & Development Officer in the Learning Network in Yorkshire Plus, with particular responsibility for ministry development.

Comments from previous participants

“This was the most helpful course I have been on since I was ordained.”

“The mix of free time and ‘work’ was good.”

“It was good to look objectively at change and transition in my personal context.”

“Space and time away from parish responsibilities: all the more important when life feels too full.”

“It was a good balance of input, discussion and time to think and relax.”

“All very helpful and affirming.”

“I enjoyed the opportunity to be with others in the same situation and to reflect on my context and the experience of change.”

“Working in small groups to use the tools we have been given was very positive and something I will be taking back with me.”

“It helped me to get a sense of perspective.”

“Very relevant to parish situation.”

“We were respected for the experienced priests we are and allowed and encouraged to use that experience.”

Suitable for...

Anglican and Methodist clergy and licensed lay ministers who have changed post recently (usually from 0-18 months before the date of the conference).   

Time

Lunchtime to lunchtime

Cost

Cost £190 per person.  Your annual OMD grant should cover this; so please let us know if you book for this event (bill.goodman@sheffield.anglican.org)

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Place

Wydale Hall,  Brompton-by-Sawdon, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13 9DG

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