Since its foundation, the House has run a variety of Clergy Consultations. Now, attracting Clergy from different denominations and ministerial experience, the House runs three kinds of Consultation. Clergy with at least five years’ ministerial experience are invited to apply.
God: Some Conversations – How Do You Speak About God?
Lasting ten days the purpose of this Consultation is to consider how best to speak about God in the face of the issues facing the contemporary world. The date for the next two years’ Consultations are as follows:
29th June – 9th July 2020
28th June – 8th July 2021
Nurturing our Growth
This programme will provide Clergy with a unique time and space, in the company of fellow Clergy, to take stock and refresh your purpose, resilience and energy as a minister. It will equip you with a set of insights and personal practices with which to nourish continually your own growth, both as a priest and a person, and the growth of others around you. People who have attended similar programmes in the past have described the effect as transformational – both for themselves and their wider ministry. The dates for the next two years’ Consultations are as follows:
27th January – 31st January 2020
In the Thinking God series each Consultation will focus on a key discipline within the field of theology. Led by experts in the field we will examine current thinking and review some of the best literature. This is an opportunity not only to refresh what you already know but also to engage with contemporary positions. The dates for the next two years’ Thinking God Consultations and their theme are as follows:
The Old Testament in the Church and Beyond – 7th October – 11th October 2019
Philosophy and Apologetics – 28th September – 2nd October 2020
Clergy are invited to apply for a place no more than 18 months prior to the start date. Application forms can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clergy Consultation Directing Staff are The Right Reverend David Conner, Canon Dr Hueston Finlay Canon Martin Poll and Canon Dr Mark Powell.