Safeguarding Training Sessions. Supper Inviation
Safeguarding Training Sessions.
There will be two sessions to be held on:
#Saturday 24 October at The Brent 9.15 for 9.30am
#Wednesday 11 November at Larkfield 7.15 for 7.30pm
People undertaking the following roles need to attend a training session:
⃟ Lay employees & Volunteer Workers with pastoral responsibility
⃟ Pastoral Visitors
⃟ Anyone working with 0 — 18 year olds in the name of the church
⃟ Anyone working in activities targeted at adults who are vulnerable (e.g. luncheon club for the housebound)
⃟ Church stewards
⃟ Circuit stewards
⃟ Local preachers
⃟ Worship leaders
⃟ Those training for local preaching or worship leading
⃟ Church and circuit safeguarding representatives
⃟ Choir/music group/drama leaders — where there are 0-18 year olds or vulnerable adults in the group.
⃟ District staff especially policy committee members, complaints and discipline, mediators
⃟ Core teaching staff at Methodist Church Training Institutions
⃟ Connexional staff with direct safeguarding links e.g. children and youth workers
⃟ Presbyters with an active preaching or pastoral ministry
⃟ Deacons with an active preaching or pastoral ministry
⃟ Pre-ordination students and probationers
it is essential that people book in advance so that enough materials can be provided.
FOR DETAILS or TO BOOK YOUR PLACE PLEASE CONTACT
Do you enjoy assisting in leading worship?
Do you feel you may have a calling as a Worship Leader or Preacher?
Not sure, but want to find out?
Come to supper
and find out about the new training programme for
Local Preachers and Worship Leaders:
Worship: Leading and Preaching
When: 7pm Friday 27th November
Where: Larkfield Methodist Church, ME20 6PN
It would help if you would let us know if you are coming;
Please contact Monica Wilding to book your place, to let us know about dietary requirements, or for more information;
"Worship: Leading & Preaching is an exciting opportunity to reshape Local Preacher and Worship Leader training, in the light of changes to our culture, new ways of being church, new media technologies, new educational developments. There is a strong focus on the skills required for preaching and leading worship."