Wrexham Glyndwr University Chaplaincy is organising a free Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Networking Day in collaboration with the chaplaincy at HMP Berwyn – the first event of its kind in the region.
- Ben Ryan (of the faith -based thinktank ‘Theos’, author of ‘Chaplaincy: A Very Modern Ministry’,)
- Dr Karen Washington-Dyer, Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice at Glyndŵr: ‘Faith and Fear’, or how faith helps us to cope with uncertainty in today’s ever-changing world.
Q&A session focusing on practical details of caring sensitively for those from a variety of faith backgrounds – the panel will include representatives from a wide range of world faiths – and a range of workshops:
Spaces: Rev Alan Pierce-Jones, Lead Chaplsin at HMP Berwyn, on setting up and using multi-faith spaces
Sport: James Wallace of Chester Unicersity Chaplaincy on using sport to build bridges in chaplaincy
Silence: Paul Jeorrett, Quaker Chaplain at Glyndwr on use of silence in multi-faith Chaplaincy
Sadness and Celebration: Marking rites-of-passage in a multi-faith setting (Humanist Chaplain)
See www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/multi-faith-chaplaincy-networking-day-tickets-44096439638?aff=ebdssbcitybrowse for full details, and to book.