Eldership and Oversight online – June 2020
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This six-week online course will help all those serving in eldership and oversight to gain better understanding and confidence in their role – whatever the system in their meeting. The six modules cover the full range of topics included in the separate and combined eldership and oversight onsite courses, with options to focus on elements of particular relevance. You should allow two to three hours a week for pursuing this course.
There is no requirement to be online at a particular time except for a one-hour webinar once a week which will take place as follows:
- Webinar 1: Monday 1 June, 6-7 pm
- Webinar 2: Thursday 11 June, 6-7 pm
- Webinar 3: Tuesday 16 June, 6-7 pm
- Webinar 4: Monday 22 June, 6-7 pm
- Webinar 5: Monday 29 June, 7-8 pm
- Webinar 6: Monday 6 July, 6-7 pm
Zélie Gross, former art teacher and now Quaker writer, brings a creative, collaborative approach to all her work with Friends.
Martin Pennock is a linguist who, as an experienced clerk and elder at local, area and national levels, has always sought to leaven his respect for Quaker discipline with humour.
Ros Baverstock worked in mental health. She has particular interest in Eldership and in nurturing spiritual life.
Gilly Charters came back to Quakers in the 1980s. She has served with Eldership and Oversight teams and enjoys inreach and outreach.
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