Here are the webinars that we have hosted as an association
Wellbeing Worship: Exploring a Theology of Wellbeing
Corin Pilling, UK National Director for Sanctuary Ministries leads a session on Exploring a Theology of Wellbeing
Wellbeing Worship: Ruth's Story
Ruth Rice, founder of Renew Wellbeing shares her story about wellbeing and how Renew was set up.
Emotional Wellbeing of Children, Youth & Families
Revd Emma shares about the emotional wellbeing of CYF and how as ministers, CYF workers and churches can support CYF in our communities, as well as sharing ideas.
Mission in a Digital World
Revd Hayley shares some reflections and ideas about how to approach missional in a digital world
When the Music fades....
Rev'd Mark and Rev'd Hayley host a conversation about what we are learning about corporate worship while we are unable to sing. Mark shares principles of worship, some share ideas and thoughts about what to do and Hayley brings a mission perspective on worship.
Lessons from Lockdown: Creating a Virtual Community
Revd Hayley explores how we can create a virtual community within our churches and communities
Beating Burnout in Ministry
Revd Jim Thomas, portfolio minister from Hampshire, shares his experience of burnout, lessons he has learnt and how we can look out for the signs of burnout and prevent it.
Lessons from Lockdown: Children, Youth & Families
Revd Emma Mohr, Regional Minister for CYF explores what we are learning from lockdown with specific reference to our children, young people and families. Includes sharing of what has happening, mission and ways forward.
Lessons from Lockdown: Church Life
Revd Mark leads a discussion about what we are learning from lockdown in regard to how we 'do' and 'be' church.
Wellbeing Worship: Leading a Community in Loss
Corin Pulling, UK National Director of Sanctuary Ministries leads a session of Leading a community in loss
Wellbeing Worship: Looking after our own wellbeing
Revd Naomi Dickerson, SWaBA Renew Wellbeing Advocate leads a session on how we can look after our own wellbeing as we minister to others