We (Tim and Luke) are enjoyed being with the Anglican Diocese of Perth at their Clergy School in Busselton. We had three keynote sessions over three days. Please find links to our presentations and resources below.Continue reading “Anglican Diocese of Perth Clergy School – Conflict Competent Leadership”
We, Tim and Luke, enjoyed another day at Amberley working with the participants of the Arrow Emerging Leaders Program Cohort 28. Today’s topic was a new one for us at Arrow. We looked at the theory and strategies of self-care in ministry.
The links for the presentation slides and extra resources are below.Continue reading “Arrow 28 – Self-Care in Ministry”
It was great to return to Lake Moogerah south-west of Brisbane to continue training the new Church Health Facilitation Team for the Presbyterian Church of Queensland. This was their second live-in, workshop 4 of 6 in the training program. Tim taught on church systems and power dynamics, and we spent some time developing facilitation skills and reflecting on a past consultancy to consider choosing processes and forming recommendations.
The notes and resources can be found in the SharePoint folder.
5 years ago, the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne began training and mobilising Parish Support Teams composed of lay and clergy who are able to work with parishes in conflict. It was great to be back working with the teams for a training update day in the Diocesan offices right at St Paul’s Cathedral.
We reflected on the early part of Ephesians 4 and worked through advanced conflict mapping skills and revised the categories of conflict. Debriefing current assignments the team is engaged in is always an important part of the day. Luke and I introduced the facilitation of structured listening groups.
Resources are in the team Dropbox.
Tim and I were with the EPIC (Equipping Priests in Charge) training program for the Diocese of Melbourne at St. Hillary’s Kew on Tuesday.
This was a day focused on Healthy Ministry. We explored the unique dynamics of Christian ministry and its occupational hazards and then spent time reflecting on areas of vulnerability and their implications for self-care.
The brainstorms we conducted today and the presentations we worked through are all listed below.
The files themselves are available to participants through the EPIC program Dropbox.Continue reading “EPIC – Anglican Diocese of Melbourne”