Lay Pastoral Care Training NJ 17
Type of event: Training
Providing Pastoral Care is a skill that takes time and intention to develop. This skill-building workshop for Lay-Pastoral Care providers and teams is designed to develop skills in focused listening, pastoral presence and communication, and emotional intelligence. It also explores the nature of both lay and professional pastoral care, and the roles and boundaries of each.
Rev. David Pyle is the Arts of Ministry Program Manager for the Central East Region of the UUA, and has 10 years of experience as a U.S. Army Reserve Chaplain, as well as having served as both a hospital and a hospice chaplain in Chicago.
Cost is $10 for optional lunch, the training is free.
Deadline for registration is November 5, 2017