ADVANCED

CLERGY CLINIC

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.

ADVANCED CLERGY CLINIC

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.

Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.

Philippians 2:4

ADVANCED CLERGY CLINIC IN FAMILY EMOTIONAL PROCESS

With today’s rising level of anxiety in society and its resulting impact on families, there is little doubt that such anxiety will impact the church with increasing intensity in the years ahead.  The resulting elevation of pressures within congregations and the increasing demands which that places on clergy make it imperative that leaders step back occasionally from the fray to assess their own capacity for managing themselves in a calmer, more differentiated way.

The Advanced Clergy Clinic in Family Emotional Process is designed to enhance the ability of participants to function as self-differentiated leaders within their own ministry setting.  It will provide a safe forum for processing challenging situations in one’s ministry, while also facilitating reflection on a way of thinking about the human condition that has implications for all aspects of life.  This clinic is especially geared towards pastors, interim pastors, judicatory officials, church consultants, and leaders of other religious organizations.

Program outline and brochure

Basic information can be found on this ACC Save-the-Date Flyer (a more detailed brochure is coming soon).  To learn more or to register, please call the LMPC office at 630-627-0507.  

Requirements

Participants in the Advanced Clergy Clinic will have completed LMPC’s basic Clergy Clinic, attended the Advanced Clergy Clinic in a previous year, or been accepted into the program by LMPC staff on the basis of documented background in Bowen family systems theory.

ADVANCED CLERGY CLINIC DATES

The Advanced Clergy Clinic in Family Emotional Process meets three times throughout the year for three successive days each time.  The dates for the 2021-2022 series are October 18-20, 2021; February 7-9, 2022; and April 25-27, 2022.  Participants are expected to attend all nine days of training.  Our current plan is to conduct this as a hybrid event; in other words, attendees may choose between in-person and online attendance.

REGISTRATION

Registration for the 2020-21 series is closed, and online registration for the 2021-2022 series is not yet available.

If you have any questions about this event, or if you wish to register directly with us and pay by check, please call 630-627-0507 or email us at Admin@LMPeaceCenter.org.

Contact Us

Lombard Mennonite Peace Center

101 W. 22nd Street, Suite 206
Lombard, IL 60148
630-627-0507
admin@lmpeacecenter.org

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