CPAS conference on April 29 in Ballyclare looking at leadership in Multi Benefices with the Rev Pam McNaughton from York Diocese.
Multi-parish benefices are becoming increasingly widespread, particularly in rural areas where congregation numbers are smaller. The unique challenges and opportunities this presents can leave many leaders feeling overwhelmed and overstretched. If this sounds familiar, read on!
CPAS leadership specialist Pam Macnaughton is coming to Ireland to lead two training days on leading and ministering in multi-parish benefices on 29 April (County Antrim) and 30 April (County Tyrone). Pam’s work with CPAS developing training for multi-parish benefice leaders, alongside her role as an ordained pioneer minister in her local multi-parish benefice, gives her invaluable insights into the realities of being a leader of more than one church.
Title: Leading and ministering in multi-parish benefices
Dates and venues: 29 April, Ballyclare (County Antrim) or 30 April, Ballynanny (County Tyrone)
Please note, the second event is a repeat of the first, so please choose just one to attend
Cost: £10 per person
Time: 10.30am (coffee from 10am) – 3.30pm
Refreshments: Lunch and refreshments will be provided