Covid has created weeds, dryness and separation in the ‘gardens’ that are our communities, and in particular our school communities. How do we rebuild our communities? Is it just about doing more, or is it about our positioning and orientation?
Is anybody seeing community rebuilding? Where do we start? Who is my neighbour? Who is my community? Who should we work with? How is school chaplaincy contributing to this?
The local church is essential to this conversation and the action that comes from it. . How can the local church and SMG working together can be a catalyst to rebuild our communities (in and around schools) post-covid?
You are wanted, needed and invited.
Please join us for strategic conversations and stories with our Pastoral Care Workers (school chaplains) at our 2023 SMG Conference.
Please attend one, some or all of these sessions…
6.30pm-8.30pm Tuesday evening May 16: a casual meal around ‘Stories of Hope for Our Communities‘
10am-12noon Wednesday morning May 17: includes a Pastors and Support Group members discussion time (with option to stay for lunch with us)
Please RSVP via the link below by April 30th, 2023 for catering purposes.
We are local, we are present, and together we are more resilient.