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‘What is Chaplaincy?’: An Open Learning Course

09/11/2016

9:30 am - 5:30 pm

Luther King House

Brighton Grove
Rusholme
Manchester

M14 5JP
United Kingdom

A course for those wanting to explore chaplaincy as part of their continuing professional development.

Led by Revd Dr Kim Wasey and Guests

We will examine chaplaincy in various settings (e.g. health care, town centre, retail, the Armed Forces, prison service and education) and enable reflection on the ethical and theological issues that arise in practice.

The course will take place over four Saturdays and will be primarily led by Revd Dr Kim Wasey, with input from practitioners from a variety of fields.

Teaching dates: Saturday 5th November, Saturday 10th December, Saturday 21st January, Saturday 4th March
To book a place please contact Luther King House Registry Office – 0161 249 2504 – or complete our Module Registration Form.

The cost is £150; 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
Here you will find a *.pdf flier for this event that you can print/e-mail, and are free to distribute.

The course can be taken as a module towards the MA in Contextual Theology at an additional cost.