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Spiritual Care in a Secular Age: a symposium for practitioners and leaders...

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Durie Room, St Mark's National Theological Centre

15 Blackall Street

Barton, ACT 2600

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Pastoral and spiritual care for older people plays a crucial role in well-being and quality of life. Transformative pastoral and spiritual care requires effective leadership that enables, empowers and equips care teams.

This symposium will

  • extend leaders and practitioners to shape the culture of spiritual care in their organisations
  • address the challenges of spiritual care in a secular age from the perspective of Christian theology
  • showcase a range of specialists in leadership and practice
  • present opportunities for further professional development.

The symposium will feature prominent leaders in the pastoral and aged care space, including:

  • Christine Bryden — Author, Writer, Speaker, and Alzheimers and Dementia Advocate
  • Julie Philpott — Carrington Care Winner of Meaningful Ageing Australia Award in 2016
  • Elizabeth MacKinlay — Lecturer in Ageing and Pastoral Studies, Charles Sturt University
  • Mavis Salt — Former St Mark's student and current Research and Resource Officer for Ageing Australia

and many more!

This symposium is ideal for those coordinating and leading pastoral and spiritual care for older people in a range of contexts, including residential aged care, home care, seniors ministries within churches, and chaplaincy.

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Durie Room, St Mark's National Theological Centre

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