Hood Seminary: All Hood Alumni & Friends Center for Chaplaincy Symposium

 

The Third Annual
All Hood Alumni & Friends
Center for Chaplaincy Symposium

 
Chaplaincy: The Many Roads of Spiritual Service
and Compassionate Caring

Thursday, March 15, 2018
5:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
Networking Reception: Symposium attendees, 
Chaplain Residents, HTS Students, Faculty and Staff
Friday, March 16, 2018
8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Continental Breakfast
Morning Reflections: Rev. Katherine Higgins
Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE)
Director of Community, Practice, & Member Development
 
Professional Chaplains Leadership Forum
Moderator: Rev. Dr. Clay L. Barrow, ’17, D.Min., Interim Director,Center for Chaplaincy at Hood Theological Seminary
Presentation I - “Pastoral and Prophetic: The Role of the Chaplain in Institutional Ethics and Accountability”
Chaplain Michael R. Neal, ’01, M.Div., Supervisory Chaplain,
Federal Correctional Complex

Harold D. Trulear, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Applied Theology,
Howard University, School of Divinity


Presentation II - “Competency and Caring: 
The Necessary and Essential Skills for Effective Chaplaincy”
Rev. Cynthia Vaughan, M.Div., BCC, Active Retired, Certified Educator, ACPE, President of the NC Chaplains’ Association
Gary Gunderson, D.Min., D.Div., Vice President of FaithHealth Division,
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center


LUNCHEON with Keynote Speaker
Brigadier General J. Steven Chisolm
Director, Office of the Chaplain Assistant to the USAF Chief of Chaplains

Presentation III - “Spiritual Leadership:
The Chaplain as Priest and Shepherd”
Chaplain Natalie V. McLean, ’09, D.Min.,Chaplain, Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE),
Coordinator of Religious Life, Bennett College

Rev. Alice Hernandez, M.Div., Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education, Palmetto Health Richland

Networking and Final Reflections
 
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE!
Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Seating is limited!
Register by Friday, March 2, 2018
 
Register Now!
 
The All Hood Symposium is sponsored by the following:  
Sustainability Grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc.,
Association of Theological Schools (ATS) Innovation Grant,
and the Henry Luce Foundation Grant

All Hood Symposium Hotel Accommodations
Courtyard Marriott Salisbury,
120 Marriott Circle, Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 
704-680-9201
Ask for the Hood Symposium Block!
$119 per night for a King/Double, non-smoking room.
Group Rate Ends Friday, March 2nd.

Resources for Vital Congregations

 

CHURCH LEADERSHIP

Lewis Center for Church Leadership

Lewis Center for Church Leadership: Books

Lewis Center for Church Leadership: Serve Your Neighbor

GBHEM Leadership Resources

eLEAD

Living Faithfully: Human Sexuality and the United Methodist Church

Englewood Book Review

Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations

Ted Talks: The Golden Circle

Ted Talks: The Power of Vulnerability

Ted Talks: The Price of Invulnerability

Design Thinking

Meditations on the Ministry of All Christians

DISCIPLE FORMATION:

Be A Disciple

A Disciple’s Path; A Guide for United Methodist

Lewis Center for Church Leadership: Adult Christian Studies from the Wesley Ministry Network

Traveling Together: A Guide for Disciple Forming Congregations

WESLEYAN STUDIES:

Living As United Methodist Christians

Methodist Doctrine: The Essentials

Reclaiming our Wesleyan Tradition: John Wesley’s Sermons for Today

John Wesley Sermons: Anthology

REACHING PEOPLE:

Get Their Name

Evangelism & Theology in the Wesleyan Spirit

Canoeing the Mountains

Fresh Expressions

Fresh Expressions: Dinner Church

Lewis Center for Church Leadership: Reach New Disciples

Lewis Center for Church Leadership: 50 Ways to Reach People

Community: The Structure of Belonging

RESOURCES TO CONNECT WITH THE COMMUNITY:

Institute for Emerging Issues

Congregations 4 Children

GRANTS:

The Royce and Jane Reynolds Ministry Fund Grants

The Duke Endowment

 

 

 

 

 

 

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