The Second National School Chaplaincy Conference
‘Nurturing Faith; Transforming Lives’
Liverpool Hope University – 13-15 June 2013
Here are the resources available from the Second National School Chaplaincy Conference:
Dr Denis Alexander – Articulating Science and Faith in a Sceptical World
The Revd Dr Malcolm Brown – Bridges are for Walking Over: Challenges of Chaplaincy Today
The Rt Revd John Pritchard, Bishop of Oxford – The Task Within a Task
The Rt Revd David Rossdale – Chaplaincy – a Blessing or an Intrusion?
Dr Anthony Seldon – The Happiness Agenda
The Revd Lucy Winkett – Faith: Green as a Leaf: Chaplaincy and Prophecy in Contemporary Education
Professor Linda Woodhead – Ethics and Religion in Britain Today
The Revd Michael Camp – Chaplaincy in Church Secondary Schools and Academies – The Latest Picture
The Revd Dr John Caperon – Intentionality in Schools Chaplaincy: What Do We Think We Are Doing?
The Revd Bill Cave – Confidentiality … A Rock and A Hard Place?
The Rt Revd Peter Hullah – Distinctive Hallmarks – Doing the Words
Father Martin McGee OSB – Lectio Divina: a ‘Slow Food’ Approach to the Reading of the Bible
The Revd Simon Paul – All together? Leading worship in a multi-faith school
The Revd Canon Carl Turner – Cymbals and Silence – An Exploration into Worship and Prayer with School Communities
The Revd Gavin Williams – How Does a School deal with Bereavement? The Perspective of a School Chaplain
Conference Eucharist – Noah and the Art of World Conservation