Minstry and ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Minstry and ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
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Thu 10 October 2019
Thursday 10 October 2019
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
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The day is for Clergy, Readers and RPA’s, others in pastoral ministry

Aims: Awareness of CFS/M.E:

Definition of CFS/M.E & of Chronic illness

Tools to create awareness in your own context for your congregation, parishes etc.

Explore what it might mean to be an accessible church to those living with invisible illness/ disability linking with the 5 marks of mission

For those with CFS/M.E (Congregations/ Parishes, etc.)

Supporting colleagues with CFS/M.E

Lessons learnt for all in ministry

Outline for the day: In the morning we will look at what M.E is. Debbie and Diane will share their own experiences of CFS/ME.

We will explore accessible church.

In the afternoon we will explore supporting Colleagues with CFS/M.E.

Lessons learnt for all in ministry including theological reflection and implications.

Debbie Coyne & Dianne Gamble are both clergy in the Diocese of York with first-hand experience of CFS/ME

Further details from Revd Andrew De Smet (Pastoral Care Adviser) andrewdesmet@btinternet.com 07583279459. THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR THIS DAY FOR THOSE IN ORDAINED OR LAY MINISTRY IN THE DIOCESE OF YORK lunch is provided  

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York Diocesan Office
Amy Johnson Way, York, YO30 4XT, England, United Kingdom

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