CTUCC Fall Boundary Training

WhenTuesday, November 7, 2017 at 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
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WhereChurch of Christ, Congregational in Newington
1075 Main St
Newington, CT 06111

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Phone(860) 761-7112
EmailJillF@cucc.org
ContactJill Ford
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CTUCC Boundary Training
TUESDAY November 7, 2017
 
Church of Christ, Congregational
1075 Main St, Newington, CT 06111-2997
 
Morning Plenary with Rev. Ron Brown
 
$50 for all participants, Lunch provided
 
Register at:
https://macucc-reg.brtapp.com/CTUCCFallBoundaryTraining2017
 
LEVEL I (Basic Training): 8:30 am – 3pm
Basic Training is required for those who have not had boundary or sexual misconduct prevention training before. The training includes a morning plenary session and the Basic Training workshop.
Facilitators: Rev. Bonnie Bardot and Ms. Jamie Pfieffer
 
LEVEL II (Advanced): 8:30 am - 3pm
Advanced Training is for those who have previously completed the Level I (Basic) Training. The training includes a morning plenary session and one afternoon workshop of your choice.
 
WORKSHOPS BEING OFFERED FOR ADVANCED TRAINING:
 
Healthy Boundaries in Retirement
The decision to retire from active ordained ministry (or as the Pension Boards likes to call it, “annuitizing”) brings about unique and often challenging issues related to professional boundaries.  Some of us leave the communities where we have served, others remain in these communities, some even desire to continue participating in the congregations from which we are retiring.  Whatever the circumstances, thoughtful consideration is essential as we contemplate future relationships with churches, associations and newly-called clergy who follow us in our ministries.   While clergy who have already retired are most welcome, this workshop will focus primarily on those who anticipate this transition in the next 5-10 years.
Facilitator: Rev. Chuck Erickson
 
Partners for Safe Environments
As our culture and cultural expectations change, the church is called to lead. Church safety policies are no exception.  The young people and vulnerable adults in our midst and in our communities deserve nurture and care founded in best practices that reflect our core values.  Actively engaged in mission and ministries of all types, we must model the highest standards of practice possible in order to establish and maintain safe and hospitable communities.  This workshop will train leaders in practices designed to maintain safe spaces in all aspects of congregational life.  Content will include:  Policy Updates; Standards for onsite and offsite activities; Healthy relationships in youth ministry and elder care; Safe communications and social media standards; Safe accommodations.
Facilitator: Karen Ziel
 
Bullies, Triangles & The Church
Like any other organization, a church may face challenges generated by people behaving badly.  In this workshop, we will address two of the most difficult of these challenges, bullying and triangulation, with tips on what to do. 
Facilitator: Dr. Ronald N. Casey, Psychologist
 

Contact your Association Registrar
to determine if you need to take Boundary Training

Contact Jill Ford jillf@ctucc.org for more information regarding this event