Date/TimeDate(s) - 11/11/2022
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
November 11, 2022 @9 AM to 3 PM
Beyond Don’t Sleep with the Sheep: Boundary Training for Clergy
As clergy folks or people who want to be, it is essential that we are attentive to the power and positional authority— as well historical impact— our roles have. How we show up in our congregations, our community and our commitments is reflective of our calling. Attend this 5-hour Boundary Training Certificate class to think critically about who you are in the work, and who you want to be. Come prepared to learn about power and oppression, clergy ethics and ministerial boundaries: online, in the public square, and in the congregation. Participants will leave with a personal code of ethics based on ministerial codes.
Required for first year Eden Seminary Students
This event is available for church and community organization leaders.
Send check to Eden Theological Seminary, Advancement Office, 475 East Lockwood Ave., St. Louis, MO 63119
“Other Designation – Boundary Training”
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About the Instructor:
Rev. Dr. Chris S. Davies grew up in Connecticut, lives in Cleveland, and is a wandering Irish Rover at heart. She loves faith deeply, and is committed to finding ways to continue to bring spiritual innovation into the world past this generation and into those to follow, through clear leadership development and deep relationship building. Chris is a millennial leader, a queer femme, an urban beekeeper, and a creative networker of communities. She is passionate about justice and Jesus, and serves on the Board for Preterm, an Independent Abortion Clinic in Northeast Ohio. Chris attended Smith College for her undergrad work and Andover Newton Theological School for both a Masters of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry, focusing on queering proclamation. She is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, serving as the Executive Minister for Programs and Initiatives in the Southern New England Conference.