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The Weight of this Calling

Welcome to this Church Times webinar. Watch live from 5pm GMT on Thursday 21 January:

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17.00   Introduction

17.10   Hard Learned Principles for Sustaining Ministry long term
Paul Swann, priest, spiritual director and author of Sustaining Leadership

17.20   How the pandemic has affected clergy well being
Justine Allain-Chapman, Archdeacon of Boston and author of The Resilient Disciple

17.30   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 

17.40   How bishops can help clergy to thrive
John Inge, Bishop of Worcester

17.50   Six ways to thrive in ordained ministry
Liz Graveling, Research Officer for the Ministry Division and author of How Clergy Thrive

18.00   Break

18.05   Speaker Q&A
Chair: Angela Tilby, Anglican priest, writer, broadcaster, and Church Times columnist. 


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