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ReconciliationTraining750Training to develop reconciliation ministry in Norfolk 

A new Christian network promoting peace building is inviting Norfolk Christian leaders, interested in turning their church into a ‘reconciliation hub’, to apply for a fully funded six month programme which includes 2 days residential training each month.


Reconcilers Together is a new national ecumenical network, launched in August, that is committed to inspiring and equipping Christian leaders to be a reconciling presence in their local church and community.

As part of this mission, Reconcilers Together, are offering 20 Christians a fully funded training opportunity to establish or develop a ministry of reconciliation in their church and community.

Reconcilers Together is formed of five centres across the country, in London, Coventry, Yorkshire, Northern Ireland and Cumbria, specialising in peace and reconciliation.  The training is offered by these centres in collaboration with Lambeth Palace, Place for Hope, and Bridge Builders Ministries.

The learning journey will run between January - June 2019 and will include monthly two-day residentials at the five centres, with continued resourcing throughout 2019.

Applications are welcome from anyone who:

  • holds a formal or informal leadership role within their church 
  • has support from within their congregation and their church leadership or diocese to develop reconciliation work
  • has some basic experience of reconciliation work, dialogue facilitation or mediation
  • has an ability to lead diverse groups and an aspiration to inspire others.?All accommodation, food, and travel costs will be covered.
Applications will be accepted until October 31, 2018. 

If you are interested in creating a reconciliation hub in Norwich or Norfolk you can request an application form at their website. 
 


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