Whether in the home, school, community, church, or workplace, conflict is inevitable. The ability to address conflict in a win-win manner and to bring healing to broken relationships is crucial for all, particularly for leaders in the church.
We offer webinars, single-day workshops, and multi-day seminars on a variety of Christian peace and justice issues, including training events that help churches discover how conflict can be an opportunity for spiritual growth and reconciliation.
We provide mediation services where conflict has created division within the church, clouded its vision, and derailed its mission. We can help you confront those challenges that prevent your congregation from becoming all that God intends it to be.
The Lombard Mennonite Peace Center seeks to proclaim Christ’s good news, the gospel of peace and justice, and to be active in the sacred ministry of reconciliation, wherever and whenever we can.
The Lombard Mennonite Peace Center provides speakers and education resources for churches of all denominations on biblical peace and justice issues, as well as conflict transformation skills training and training for church leaders grounded in family systems theory. We also provide mediation and consultation services for churches, schools, and other organizations.
This workshop will be led by Richard Blackburn, LMPC Director Emeritus and Senior Consultant, on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 from 8:30am to 4:30pm (Central Time). Participants will learn strategies that will allow their churches to function in healthier ways. For a workshop schedule and a list of topics to be covered, consult this FHPCR Brochure.
Like our other events, all five sessions of our Mediation Skills Training Institute will be conducted remotely via Zoom this year. In addition, there will be a limited number of openings for in-person attendance at the August session only. Our host will be St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glen Ellyn, IL.
We are pleased to introduce SHALOM, a series of six brand-new 90-minute webinars on timely and timeless topics relating to peace and justice. For a complete list of topics, presenters, and dates please consult this Shalom Flyer.
For groups of four or more that plan to attend Conflict Transformation Skills, Healthy Congregations, or Leadership and Anxiety in the Church, we offer a discount of $15 per person. To be eligible for the discount, your group must register all together with a single payment. You may wish to use this FORM to list the names and contact information for all members of your group.