Journey of Hope - a learning journey across the UK and Ireland over 6 months beginning in January 2019 until June 2019.
A six month training programme to inspire and equip Christian leaders to become skilled practitioners of reconciliation in their churches and communities.
- Start Date: Tuesday 1st January 2019
- Location: training centres
- Contact: Bathsheba Wells Dion, Reconcilers Together Intern
- Phone: 02476 521 289
- Host: Journey of Hope training application
- Cost: free - applications close 5th November
- Website: https://www.reconcilerstogether.co.uk/leadership-training
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Reconcilers Together is an ecumenical network of Christian peacebuilding and reconciliation centres across the UK which share a mission to inspire and equip Christian leaders to become skilled practitioners of reconciliation in their churches and communities. Through a six month training programme called Journey of Hope, we aim to equip 20 church leaders with the skills to transform their churches into Reconciliation Hubs. Participants will attend a two day training residential at each of our five centres: St Michael’s House, Coventry; Rose Castle, Carlisle; The Blackley Centre, Yorkshire; Corrymeela, Belfast; St Ethelburga’s, London.
The training will be of particular interest to those who have:
•A leadership role within their church or faith congregation
•Support from within their own congregation, church leadership or diocese to develop reconciliation work
•A long-term commitment to a ministry of reconciliation within their church and community
•Some basic experience of reconciliation work, dialogue facilitation or mediation
•An ability to lead diverse groups and to inspire others
If this sounds like someone you know, who has the potential to effect long-term change in their church, we would be grateful if you could encourage them to apply: