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Holy Things, Holy People (various dates)

Time: 20:00 - 22:00

A Church of England Young Vocations Group

Holy Things, Holy People is a group for young adults who are discerning their Christian vocation to  ordained or other ministry within the Church of England.

The course will explore Christian ministry through reflection on a series of objects, Holy Things, and the witness of individuals, Holy People.

It aims to be helpful to a broad range of interest, whether you are just curious or have already begun formally exploring your vocation.

We welcome everyone who identifies as young, and who is thinking about what God might be calling them to do or be in the life of the Church.

Meetings will be held on Mondays at 20:00 via Zoom. If you would like to join us then please email The Rev’d Max Bayliss on [email protected].

Sessions include:

Michaelmas Term: Exploring the Word

  • Holy Thing: The Bible: Holy Words for the People of God 9th of November 2020
  • Holy Person: The Rt Rev’d Martin Seeley, Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich. 23rd of November 2020

Lent Term: The Practice of Prayer

  • Holy Thing: Hassock: Kneeling on Holy Ground 22nd February 2021
  • Holy Person: The Rt Rev’d Dr Helen-Ann Hartley, Bishop of Ripon 8th of March 2021

Easter Term: The Lord’s Table

  • Holy Thing: Paten : More than Holy Crockery 3rd of May 2021
  • Holy Person: The Rev’d Ben Bell, Vicar of St Anne’s Hoxton 24th of May 2021

Category: Online Webinars

 

Keep your Safeguarding training up-to-date

The Church of England has introduced a new modular safeguarding training and development programme for use by Dioceses, Cathedrals and Theological Education Institutions.

The programme builds core, generic safeguarding training according to role and through a person's ministry path.

The Church of England Safeguarding Training modules consist of Core Modules; Basic Awareness (C0), Foundation (C1) and Leandership (C2) and Specialist Modules; Safer Recruitment (S1) and Responding to Domestic Violence (S3). (some other modules may also apply on occasion)

The level of the Core Module to which you are expected to undertake will determine which other modules you will need to have previously undertaken. i.e.

  • C0 - if you are only required to undertake a C0 module, you will only need to repeat that training once every three years.
  • C1 - if you are required to undertake a C1 module, you must also have completed a C0 module at least once. You then need to repeat the C1 training every three years.
  • C2 - anyone required to undertake this module must ensure they have also completed a Basic Awareness (C0) and Foundation (C1) module at least once. The C2 module must then be repeated every three years.

Review your training requirement

Help ensure you and your church colleagues are up-to-date with Safeguarding Training.

Visit our website to find out what might be expected of you, and how to book yourself onto an appropriate course - https://www.elydiocese.org/safeguarding/safeguarding-training-and-development/core-and-specialist-module-overview.php

 


Category: General Interest

 

How To Run A Giving Review

Time: 11:00 - 12:00

How To Run A Giving Review

The Church of England recommends that a PCC carries out an annual giving review.

This enables the PCC to check that the parish is following good practice in giving as well as providing you with an action plan.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to run a giving review
  • The best time to run a giving review
  • How to engage your church with the review

Click on the date to register your place.

1 Feb, 2021 11am

 


Category: Online Webinars

 

The Theology Of Giving - Clergy and laity training

Time: 14:00 - 16:00

The Theology Of Giving - Clergy and laity training

In these webinars the Revd Martha Weatherill equips clergy and laity with the necessary tools and knowledge to build a generous church.

The Theology Of Giving

In this webinar we explore Giving as a Ministry and how we might inspire and grow this ministry amongst our congregation.

In this webinar you will explore:

  1. The Ministry of Giving in the Parish
  2. Obstacles to giving
  3. How you might grow and nurture this ministry in our congregation.

Click on a date below to register

1 Feb 2021, 2pm

 


Category: Online Webinars

 

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