Archive : January 2022

Participants Needed for Study on Practical Theology and Psychotherapy

Are you a psychotherapist, psychologist, counsellor or clergy (minister, priest, pastor or vicar) who has worked with clients or parishioners who have experienced ‘church hurt’?  I am seeking participants to take part in a study exploring the lived experience of theological power and authority. To read more click here.

Free Empathic Listening Sessions

My name is Liza Gupta, M.A. and I’m starting my chaplaincy training with Karuna Care Education (an accredited chaplaincy training program). I’ve already done three introductory courses on emotions, trauma, addictions and grief. I also have a Master’s degree in education and have taught for several years. As a part of my training, I’m offering […]

Green Theology: an ecofeminist and ecumenical perspective – by Trees van Montfoort

An urgent, far-reaching Christian theological reconsideration of the relationship between God, creation, nature, and human beings. Trees van Montfoort demonstrates that Ecological Theology is not a sub-discipline of Theology but a rediscovery of Theology, focused not only on God and people, but all of creation. Drawing on the perspectives of eco-theologians from around the world, […]

BIAPT 2022 Prizes for Practical Theology – submissions invited!

We are excited to announce the BIAPT 2022 Prizes for best Masters Dissertation and best Publishable Article in the field of practical theology. The winning submissions will receive £200 and a free place on our online annual conference, Flesh & Blood: Embodiment & Practical Theology, plus publication in the Practical Theology journal for the article. […]

Three Questions – free chaplaincy workshops – 16/3, 27/4 & 8/6

We would like to warmly invite you to a unique series of three online workshops exploring ideas and practices of care. Three Questions is a series of informal, friendly workshops making space for chaplains of all faiths or none to reflect on ideas of caring for ourselves and for others. For further details, see three-questions-flyer […]

Faith, Trauma and Shame – half-day symposium on 9 February 2022

Trauma impacts every area of life as we seek to come to terms with the effects of the pandemic, the bitter legacy of colonialism and toxicity of ‘cancel culture’ enabled by social media. So how do our faith traditions address and have the potential to alleviate the shame that is an inevitable consequence?  On 9th […]

80th Anniversary Conference of William Temple’s Christianity and Social Order – 12.3.22

80th Anniversary Conference of William Temple’s Christianity and Social Order 9.30am – 5.30pm | Saturday 12th March 2022 | Canterbury Lodge, Canterbury Cathedral The conference will examine the historical and continuing significance of William Temple’s 1942 Christianity and Social Order on the 80th anniversary of its publication. This short work was a key text in […]