Mental Health and Faith: Leaders’ Breakfast

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Ebenezer Church

286 Filton Avenue

Bristol

BS7 0BA

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An invitation for church leaders to join us for breakfast and hear Patrick Regan share some vital insights from an ongoing research project.

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An invitation for church leaders to join us for breakfast and hear Patrick Regan OBE share some vital insights from an ongoing research project conducted by Kintsugi Hope into attitudes towards mental health in our churches .

Patrick offers his thoughts on why mental health is so important, and what this means for us as church leaders, for those in our churches, and those in our communities.

As we emerge from the pandemic, the need to care for our own and other’s emotional and mental wellbeing has never been greater. As we share a vision to break down barriers between our churches and our communities, let’s explore together how we can improve our understanding of mental health, develop a robust and practical theology of mental health, and provide safe, supportive and welcoming spaces.

Breakfast will be available from 7.45am, and Patrick will be speaking from 8.10 – 9am, followed by a time for questions until 9.15am

If you are unable to join us, please feel free to forward this page to one of your Senior Leadership Team.

Following this breakfast.. Join us on 9th October for The Mental Health Friendly Church Conference will be taking place at Woodlands Church from 10am – 4.30pm.

Details and booking information here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mental-health-friendly-church-conference-tickets-160964289523


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Ebenezer Church

286 Filton Avenue

Bristol

BS7 0BA

United Kingdom

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Organiser Kintsugi Hope

Organiser of Mental Health and Faith: Leaders’ Breakfast

Launched in February 2018, Kintsugi Hope exists to provide safe and supportive spaces for people suffering with mental and emotional health challenges.  

Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with seams of gold.  When the brokenness is repaired, the object becomes more beautiful and unique than it was before.  Instead of hiding the scars, it makes a feature of them.  

www.kintsugihope.com

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