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Reconciliation: Transforming Conflict (Digital Event)

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When you hear the word ‘conflict’, what do you think of?

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For some of us it can be overwhelming and be very uncomfortable. Maybe it reminds you of your own experiences and relationships, and the emotions and feelings that come with them. You might be feeling a great sense of disappointment by the conflict that you see in front of your very eyes among communities – politics, religion, sexuality, racism and hatred.. just to name a few.

Over two mornings using the Zoom platform we will be exploring the process by which individuals, communities, and the church can understand what is happening in times of conflict. We will be thinking together about questions such as:

▪ How should I respond to conflict?

▪ What is happening?

▪ What does the Bible say in times of conflict?

▪ How do I feel in times of conflict, how is it affecting me?

We look forward to sharing in this time together, exploring Biblical mechanisms of handling conflict before it becomes destructive.

Bookings will close at 5pm on Friday 26 November.

Join this event as a group!

We might not be able to meet in person at the moment, but you can still join as a group. Whether you are a homegroup, employees, a church, or a group of friends; learn together in ministry and skills for the journey of Christian healing. You will be placed in to your own breakout room during times of discussion and ministry, and back with the whole group for the main input. This is a great way to meet and journey together with your own familiar community when we can’t meet in person. What happens when we can meet face to face? Easy, you can still join us from one screen but you get the valuable experience of being together in the same room. This ideally suits groups of 2-10. We look forward to seeing you!

We look forward to having you with us.

Please book onto this event prior to it taking place as it will not be possible to view content without booking. You will receive an invitation to the event via email before the course begins.

You do not need a Zoom account to access the event, simply click on the link at the time of the event and you will automatically join the meeting. All you need is a device connected to the internet.

The cost for this two-part event is £45 per person

Part 2 will take place on 30 November: 10am - 12.30pm

Details of how to join part 2 will be sent to you prior to the event.

*This event will be recorded for training and publicity purposes, however no personal data or confidential information discussed will be shared with third parties. If you do not consent to Acorn using your image or voice for publicity purposes please let us know by contacting info@acornchristian.org.

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Ministry Skills For The Journey of Christian Healing

Through training, service and resources we provide a safe and effective Christian context in which people can experience personal and community wholeness, through exploring the essential elements of Healing, Reconciliation and Listening, around the UK.

Established in 1983 by Bishop Morris Maddocks, Acorn has been at the forefront of providing people, regardless of their circumstances, background or life choices, with the opportunity to experience the 'shalom' - a life-encompassing peace - that is at the heart of the Christian message. Shalom impacts every area of a person's life - relationships, physical and spiritual wellbeing and emotional wholeness. 

Acorn remains engaged in, and committed to being a transformative agent in today's multifaceted society. Our training events are divided into three main pathways of learning:

  • Healing 
  • Reconciliation
  • Listening

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