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[18 Jul 2016 | No Comment | ]
Faith Formation Conference 23-28 August – Being Church in 21st Century Digital World

An exciting opportunity in coming up in August to gather with other ministry leaders and learn from internationally renowned speakers and authors John Roberto (21st Century Faith Formation and www.reimaginefaithformation.com), Bex Lewis (Raising Children in a digital age, and Engaging faith and media), and Greg Whitby (Teacher, Writer, Catholic Education Network).

23rd-25th … continue reading

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[10 May 2016 | No Comment | ]
Resourcing, Development Training, Continuing Education…

Resourcing, Development Training, Continuing Education – whatever term you use,

we are talking about what you take time to do to continue to improve your practice in a certain area.

We often have these goals in workplaces, but what about the different ministries we are involved in?

How do we continue to be … continue reading

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[3 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
Godly Play Core Training – Sydney 15-17 June 2015

Good News! Godly Play Australia will be running a 3-day Core Training for Godly Play Storytellers and Doorkeepers in Sydney in June!

Date: 15th-16th-17th June 2015

Location: Manly Village Uniting Church

Cost: $600pp

If assistance with cost would help you attend this training, you can apply for UME short course scholarship for this training. … continue reading

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[17 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]
Playtime Equipping Day

Caring for young children is one of the most challenging times in your life. Providing a space for them at Playtime to be nurtured and loved can make all the difference in the world; giving them an opportunity to see and hear about Jesus through you is even better. The … continue reading

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[15 Jul 2009 | No Comment | ]
Forum 2009 – Valuing Volunteers

This event is primarily designed for SRE coordinators and ministry coordinators (such as children’s and youth ministers), but would be equally relevant to leaders of ‘not for profit’ agencies which rely heavily on volunteers for the bulk of their staffing.