- Course Dates: Monday, 15 Jul 2013, 3:00 PM - Thursday, 18 Jul 2013, 5:00 PM
This module encourages engagement with a hermeneutical approach grounded in the Holy Trinity through a number of traditions.
We critique biblical examples of ministry and working together through disciplines of sociology, psychology and organizational studies and examine the implications for understanding the forms of authorised ministry and the role of the laity.
Throughout, we examine a number of contemporary approaches to leadership, including distributed and liminal leadership for their historical antecedents and practical application. A focus on relationships highlights both the significance of followership and the importance of internal and external boundaries: the latter are examined from the perspective of ecosystems.
Students are encouraged to understand themselves and each other better through the use of a profiling instrument and consideration of collaborative ministry models.
Those not enrolled on the MA programme are very welcome to book on this course.
Non-MA (auditing) prices for all modules are:
Non-residential £225, Residential £375 (en-suite)
Residential prices includes all meals and refreshments. Non-residential price includes all meals and refreshments with the exception of breakfast.
Contact Anne Jensen for booking enquiries.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 01722 424827
- Starts: Monday, 15 Jul 2013, 3:00 PM
- Ends: Thursday, 18 Jul 2013, 5:00 PM
Tutor: Keith Lamdin
- Keith Lamdin is principal of Sarum College. He has developed leadership training for church leaders, and acts as a leadership coach in the church, as well as charitable and health care organisations.