Webteam: January 2019
Growing Through Conflict Foundation Day
Our churches face change, encounter difference and can struggle to manage conflict. We know conflict can be both creative and destructive.
"It really was one of the best training sessions I've ever been to."
"I now have the confidence to try different responses to conflict and to be more conscious of other people's styles"
What will the day include?
Who is it for?
Anyone who wants to understand more about conflict in churches.
What do I need to bring?
A 'live' experience of conflict
How much will it cost?
Free--bring your lunch,
teas and coffees provided
How do we sign up?
Please book your place through Rob Glassonbury at NWMannNetwork@gmail.com
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday 18th May 2019
Chapel in the Fields,
Sinderland Lane, Dunham Massey,
This day has been developed by members of the Growing through Conflict Network within Churches Together in Cumbria and is supported by Place for Hope.
It is part of the Methodist Churches response in providing resources following the 2015 Conference Report Positive Working Together.
For a printable poster,
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