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October 2019

Saturday 19 October 2019

Invitation for all Lay Ministers

Come along on and meet your new Wardens of Lay Ministries, Revd Ben Lewis and Revd John Hall. Listen to them talk about how they see themselves in their new roles and how they feel they can best serve you in your ministry. Ask questions and share in discussions.

There will be Eucharist and Tea!

To book: contact Lesley-Anne Marriott by email or phone

St Mark's Church, Wellingborough NN8 3SD

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Saturday 19 October 2019

Equipped for the Task - CANCELLED

‘Equipped for the Task’ is a training event that tells you everything you need to know about the nuts and bolts of running a church (and a bit more besides). With useful input and plenty of opportunities to ask all your burning questions.

              Programme:

9:00am Coffee

9:30am Opening Worship

9:45am Keynote address by Bishop John

10:15am Workshop (1)

11:00am Coffee

11:15am Workshop (2)

12:00pm Ecclesiastical Insurance

                - input & questions

12:30pm Plenary Session

12:45pm Departure

To Book please e-mail Sally Crossley at: bookings@peterborough-diocese.org.uk giving your name, contact details, church, and then stating which of the two workshops you would like to join.
Do please let us know if you have mobility problems.

Alternatively complete and send the Booking Form, on the reverse of the flyer below, to Sally at the address given. Thank you.

St Peter & St Andrew, Corby, NN18 0EH

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November 2019

Thursday 7 November 2019

C3 Foundation / Leadership Safeguarding Training and Development Module

Required for those holding a license, commission, authorisation, permission to officiate from a Bishop - Ordained and Lay

To promote awareness of possible safeguarding concerns and to equip people in relevant roles to feel confident to share with the appropriate person.

More information on these modules can be found here:
www.peterborough-diocese.org.uk/training/training

This workshop will be presented by Bev Huff

Bring your own packed lunch

To book a place please contact sharon.welbourne@peterborough-diocese.org.uk

Diocesan Office, The Palace, Peterborough PE1 1YB. No parking available, please use public car parks

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Friday 15 November 2019

C3 Foundation / Leadership Safeguarding Training and Development Module

Required for those holding a license, commission, authorisation, permission to officiate from a Bishop - Ordained and Lay

To promote awareness of possible safeguarding concerns and to equip people in relevant roles to feel confident to share with the appropriate person.

More information on these modules can be found here:
www.peterborough-diocese.org.uk/training/training

This workshop will be presented by Bev Huff

Bring your own packed lunch

To book a place please contact sharon.welbourne@peterborough-diocese.org.uk

Bouverie Court, Bedford Road, Northampton NN4 7YD. Parking is limited so please car share if possible or/and park if need be up at the nearby hotel and walk to Bouverie.

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January 2020

Wednesday 15 January 2020

Making the Most of Your PCC

Speaker: James Lawrence is the Leadership Principal at CPAS. He is author of several books and courses, including Growing Leaders, Mentoring Matters and PCC Tonight. He teaches and trains on leadership and evangelism in the UK and around the world. 

PCCs are a vital part of the life of a church, and this practical day explores how we can make the most of them.

The day includes: - The 12 common dysfunction of PCCs and what to do about them
- The three stages in running a great PCC
- How to prepare for awkward moments
- Top tips for fun, faith-filled and fruitful PCCs.

CLERGY ONLY PLEASE

Bouverie Court, Bedford Road, Northampton NN4 7YD

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March 2020

Thursday 5 March 2020

Looking with Fresh Eyes

Speakers: Members of the Cathedral Community

Our churches are often full of windows, paintings, and other items reflecting both the richness of our Christian tradition and the history of our faith. How can we best use these treasures to engage with our communities?

Join members of the cathedral community on a day exploring the treasures of Peterborough Cathedral, with discussions and best practice tips for our own church buildings. There will also be an opportunity for a special 'behind the scenes' tour of the cathedral - please wear sturdy shoes!

About Peterborough Cathedral: The cathedral is one of the few 12th century buildings to have remained largely intact. The building has many important architectural features and is also the burial place for Catherine of Aragon. 

Peterborough Cathedral

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