Back in Noosa again today for the Southern Region Clergy conference for the Diocese of Southern Queensland. A little cooler this week but still sunny and warm for a Tasmanian. We are looking at Healthy Clergy and Healthy Parishes. Links to the notes and presentations follows:
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How good was it to enjoy 3 days of blue skies and sunshine in Noosa when Tassie is half under snow… Great to catch up with folk at the Northern Regional Clergy Conference for the Diocese of Southern Queensland. Thanks to Bishop Jeremy and Archbishop Philip for the invitation to share on clergy and parish health.
Notes and Presentations from the Conference following:
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I enjoyed the opportunity to catch up with the staff team of St Hilary’s for a couple of mornings this week at Catherine Booth College in Ringwood.
We explored some of the dimensions of resilience in ministry. See notes following:
What is resilience?
(Measures of resilience)
The Perfect Storm
Adjusted Holmes Rahe inventory
Wellbeing for the whole person (Dr Merran Dyer)
Self care and ministry
Resilience and Spirituality
We held our final meeting for the year at ETC this morning. Building on last session we spent some time in discussion and bible study on the Holy Spirit. We looked at some principles articulated by Gordon Fee in God’s Empowering Presence.
After planning our Layered Learning Event for this weekend, we looked at Building Spiritual Resilience.
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I enjoyed spending this week with Victorian Presbyterian Clergy and their families on their annual camp. We anchored 4 studies in the book of Philippians and then reflected together on several areas of ministry: Resilience, Partnership and Conflict Management. There was also a ministry workshop on sexual dynamics. All the notes, brainstorms and links follow:
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