Boundaries, Borders, and Better Relationships Workshops Begin Soon
Our first Boundaries, Borders, and Better Relationships: A one-day training event for individuals and groups and home-life, work, and ministry workshop will be happening soon! Sign up to reserve your spot!
The workshops will be led by the Rev. Diane Wheatley, Lutheran pastor, speaker and trainer.
Four Opportunities to attend! This one-day training will be offered in four different locations around the diocese (Click the links to register):
- Wednesday, July 19th at St. James, Pulaski 9:00-3:30
- Saturday, September 9th at Zion, Rome 9:00-3:30
- Saturday, October 14th at Ss. Peter and John, Auburn 9:00-3:30
- Saturday, December 2nd at St. Mark’s, Chenango Bridge 9:00-3:30
The cost of the event is $25. per person which includes lunch and a training manual.
Each day-long event will be the same training. (There’s no need to attend more than one of these trainings)
This training is geared toward clergy and lay: leaders of ministries, vestry members, church staff and volunteers.
Over the course of a morning and afternoon, The Rev. Diane Wheatley will help us go into depth about types of relationships that exist in parishes, how to create and maintain healthy boundaries, developing and nurturing sacred trust, vulnerability, safe spaces, verbal and non-verbal communications, and other topics like: humor, gossip, information sharing, leadership, gift-giving, and phone and internet norms.
Please save the date and look for sign-up information coming soon!
The Rev. Diane Wheatley is a Lutheran pastor from who has created this training out of her vast experience and readings. She has been a pastor since 1984 and has done extensive work with “safe spaces” and co-dependency. She is a nationally known workshop and retreat leader in the area of boundaries.
If you have questions, please contact The Rev. Carrie Schofield-Broadbent, Canon for Transitions and Church Development.