Thursday 21 January 2021, 5-7pm
Is ministry burnout inevitable? Can self-sacrificial living ever be viable? Or, do clergy, in fact, have it better than most when it comes to work-life balance?
In this webinar we’ll explore what it means to build resilience. Parish ministry comes with its own particular challenges and anxieties. How do you avoid emotional exhaustion and burnout?
And in the context of a pandemic – where significant numbers of clergy have reported increased stress, fatigue and exhaustion – what does truly sustainable ministry look like?
Our expert panel will look at what churches are doing to support their clergy, how parishes can help, and what needs to change. This Church Times webinar will focus specifically on clergy well-being, however anyone, lay or ordained, and from any denomination, is welcome to attend.
How bishops can help clergy to thrive
John Inge, Bishop of Worcester
How the pandemic has affected clergy well being
Justine Allain-Chapman, Archdeacon of Boston and author of The Resilient Disciple
Six ways to thrive in ordained ministry
Liz Graveling, Research Officer for the Ministry Division and author of How Clergy Thrive
How the Covenant for Clergy Care and Wellbeing can help clergy to flourish
Simon Butler, Vicar of St Mary Battersea and Chair of the House of Clergy
Hard Learned Principles for Sustaining Ministry long term
Paul Swann, priest, spiritual director and author of Sustaining Leadership
Chair: Angela Tilby, Anglican priest, writer, broadcaster, and Church Times columnist.
Tickets are £10, or £5 for Church Times subscribers.
Details of how to watch the webinar will be sent by email to ticket holders the week of the event.
Can’t watch live? A recording of the webinar will remain available for ticket holders to watch later.