For ministers to have standing with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Kansas, whether ordained or licensed, they are required to have completed a “Boundaries Training” seminar at least once every three (3) years.
Opportunities for such training are offered by the Clergy Care Ministry of the Christian Church (DOC) in Kansas on an annual basis. If a minister is unable to attend the scheduled event by the region, they can fulfill this requirement by either taking a similar course through the Missouri School of Religion or through a program offered by other denominational judicatories provided they check with Ken Marston, Associate Regional Minister, who is assigned to consult with the Clergy Care Ministry Team on such matters.
While this training is geared towards ministers, elders and deacons and other congregational leaders, all are welcome to attend these events.
Check below for the next Boundaries training event: (Click a title to read more)
Please Note: There has been a date change in the Anti-Racism/Boundaries Training scheduled at the Disciples Center. The new dates are: Thursday, May 4: First Christian Church, 1880 SW Gage, Topeka, KS Saturday, August 26: Disciples Center at Tawakoni, 8492 SW Tawakoni Thursday, October 19: First Christian Church, 5230 Broadway, Great Bend, KS – – – – – – – Anti-Racism […]
September 8 is the last opportunity in 2016 for clergy and their spouses, and lay leaders to participate in boundaries training in 2016. In a day when ministers have dropped from the best health care risk for insurance companies to one of the worst risk groups, developing Healthy Clergy Lifestyles is imperative. Clergy need to know […]
The Christian Church in Kansas is sponsoring two more opportunities for clergy and their spouses, and lay leaders to participate in boundaries training in 2016. In a day when ministers have dropped from the best health care risk for insurance companies to one of the worst risk groups, developing Healthy Clergy Lifestyles is imperative. Clergy […]