“An Opportunity for

Refreshment and

Inspiration” at 

Spring Harvest 2018

Thursday 31st May to Monday 4th

June 2018

Pilgrimage led by Alex Whitehead based at Shepherd's Dene  Retreat House, Riding Mill, Northumberland NE44 6AF  - £150 per person. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Summer 2018 Quiet days in each archdeaconry. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ September 2018 Bishop’s Study Day  somewhere in the Horncastle area. Saturday 27th October 2018 Celebration of Lay Ministries in the cathedral. Please keep the whole day free for this event. More details will follow in the spring. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ November 2018 Ecumenical Study Day. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Details of titles, dates and venues will follow in due course.

 

Events and Study Days

for 2018

Saturday 3rd March 2018 (in the north of the diocese) and Saturday 24th March 2018 (on the south of the diocese) Venues to be confirmed Readers as a Resource for the Diocesan Strategy and Learning Communities. A practical theological day looking at the role of the Reader in implementing the diocesan strategy. The day will be led by David Dadswell (Bishop’s Strategic Implementation Adviser) who writes: “Many of you will have participated in one of the presentations around the deaneries about the diocese’s strategy and the learning communities. As you may remember, a key philosophy behind both is that they are local and inclusive. In terms of the work of Readers in the mission and ministry of the diocese, skilled, articulate, theological lay leadership will be crucial in our progressing as a diocese. In order to explore what Readers might contribute as part of this, the days in March will involve first looking at the theological resourcing and input that Readers can provide in explaining and supporting the strategy and learning communities. Second they will involve getting some skills training in the way learning communities will be facilitated and grown as engines of improvement and support.”
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 Association of Readers in the Diocese of Lincoln.    Website Manager  John Marshall    
Lincoln Readers

“An Opportunity for

Refreshment and

Inspiration” at 

Spring Harvest 2018

Thursday 31st May to Monday 4th June 2018

Pilgrimage led by Alex Whitehead based at Shepherd's Dene   Retreat House, Riding Mill, Northumberland NE44 6AF  - £150 per person. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Summer 2018 Quiet days in each archdeaconry. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ September 2018 Bishop’s Study Day somewhere in the Horncastle area. Saturday 27th October 2018 Celebration of Lay Ministries in the cathedral. Please keep the whole day free for this event. More details will follow in the spring. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ November 2018 Ecumenical Study Day. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Details of titles, dates and venues will follow in due course.

 

Events and Study Days for 2018

Saturday 3rd March 2018 (in the north of the diocese) and Saturday 24th March 2018 (on the south of the diocese) Venues to be confirmed Readers as a Resource for the Diocesan Strategy and Learning Communities. A practical theological day looking at the role of the Reader in implementing the diocesan strategy. The day will be led by David Dadswell (Bishop’s Strategic Implementation Adviser) who writes: “Many of you will have participated in one of the presentations around the deaneries about the diocese’s strategy and the learning communities. As you may remember, a key philosophy behind both is that they are local and inclusive. In terms of the work of Readers in the mission and ministry of the diocese, skilled, articulate, theological lay leadership will be crucial in our progressing as a diocese. In order to explore what Readers might contribute as part of this, the days in March will involve first looking at the theological resourcing and input that Readers can provide in explaining and supporting the strategy and learning communities. Second they will involve getting some skills training in the way learning communities will be facilitated and grown as engines of improvement and support.”
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 Association of Readers in the Diocese of Lincoln.    Website Manager  John Marshall