Two-part workshop on Thursday 10 April and Thursday 15 May 2014.
It is quite likely that we have amongst those to whom we minister at least one person who is caught in addiction in one of its many forms.
How much do we understand about the nature of addiction? Why is spirituality seen by many as an important concept in addiction treatment? How can Christian spirituality in particular contribute to an effective recovery for those suffering with addiction? In what ways might answers to these questions inform our theological, pastoral and liturgical practice?
This two-day workshop encourages participants to explore the often misunderstood world of addiction through the Lenten and Easter lenses of sorrow and hope. This workshop will be of particular interest to parish ministry teams, chaplains, educators and pastoral workers.
Price £100, includes lunch and refreshments on both days
Attendance on both dates is required
Contact Alison Ogden for booking enquiries
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