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People on the Move – Creating Convivial Theology (UPDATE)

Participants of last year's workshop “People on the Move - Responding to Growing Diversity” which took place in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Photo: PKN/Hanne Wilzing
Participants of last year's workshop “People on the Move - Responding to Growing Diversity” which took place in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Photo: PKN/Hanne Wilzing

UPDATE

This event has been updated from an event initially planned for 16 – 19 March 2020.

 

LWF European Diaconal Process – 3rd Workshop

The European Diaconal Process considers questions of spirituality, motivation and practice, which influence both the professional diaconal and pastoral work and "everyday life". The response to populism, nationalism, racism and xenophobia are a key issue as are ecumenical and inter-faith working. The guiding orientation for the process is the concept of conviviality with the sub-themes of vocation, dignity and justice.

The projected result is the building up of an influential conviviality group that will be a resource to Lutheran churches. It will help them affirm diversity and contribute to public discourse by providing them with pedagogical material for use by local congregations, best practice examples for working with diversity in church and society and proposals for policy in church and the public realm.

 

Participants' registration deadline: 31 August 2020

Responding to traditional minorities and the growing presence of new minorities; reflecting on the church as a minority in many contexts ...
Monday, October 19, 2020 (All day) to Friday, October 23, 2020 (All day)
Language: 
Invitation Only

Participants' registration deadline: 31 August 2020

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