Recapturing Our Soul Conference
2 Sep 2016 until 4 Sep 2016
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Centre for Theology & Ministry
Do you work in an agency or does your role in the church entail agency-related work? Featuring 16 speakers at the frontline of the issues affecting agencies the Recapturing Our Soul Conference will inform, empower, and inspire. Register today for this important professional development opportunity.
A LIVING QUESTION
Many institutions within the community service sector have a religious background and motivation. This service grows out of belief. However, with the professionalisation of health provision in an increasingly plural society, some gap has developed between believing communities and the associated agencies.
Recapturing Our Soul examines this gap and considers various ways of uniting communities, church congregations, community service delivery and the state sector. It will stimulate a clearer understanding of the added value of the church’s core values to community service provision and explore the future connections between the church and agency/third sector community work.
Register today: rosconference.org.au
Johannes Eurich | Professor for Practical Theology and Diaconal Science at Heidelberg University, Germany
Hanns-Stephan Haas | CEO of the Evangelische Stiftung Alsterdorf, the largest social foundation in northern Germany
Brian Howe | Professorial Fellow in the Department of Politics at Melbourne University
Lucy Morris | Chief Executive Officer, Baptistcare
Annette Noller | Professor for Theology and Ethics in Social Areas of Work / Diaconal Studies at the University of Applied Sciences in Ludwigsburg, Germany
Stephen Pickard | Executive Director, the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, and Professor of Theology, Charles Sturt University, Canberra
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