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Chaplaincy in a Multi-Faith and Secular Context

04/02/2019

9:30 am - 5:30 pm

Luther King House

Luther King House
Brighton Grove
Rusholme
Manchester
M14 5JP

Led by Revd Dr Kim Wasey

Designed for those on placement, volunteering or working in chaplaincy or any form of workplace ministry, this course examines chaplaincy in various settings and enables reflection on ethical and theological issues that arise in practice.

The encouragement of reflective practice makes this ideally suited for training and CPD purposes.

The individual teaching dates for this short course are Monday 4th February, Monday 4th March, Monday 18th March and Monday 29th April 2019.

A PDF flier (which is free for you to download, print and distribute) can be found here.

To book a place please contact Luther King House Registry Office – 0161 249 2504 – or complete our online Module Registration Form (selecting MAC4 from the drop down menu). If you would prefer to download a copy of our Module Registration Form, please click here.

The cost is £160; please note meals and accommodation are not included. Meals are available from our Dining Room (or you are welcome to bring your own) and if you would like to book overnight accommodation please contact Luther King House Reception – 0161 224 6404

This course will run from 9.30am – 17.30pm across four days. This course is also available as an MA Module (MAC4 – Chaplaincy in the Multi-Faith and Secular Context) for those registered on our post-graduate programme.