Be|Art|Now: Earl Lectures & Leadership Conference
January 29-31, 2015
Experience art from the inside out through arts immersions, productions, and spiritual reflection. PSR Faculty and Bay Area Artists will facilitate outings to performances, exhibits, urban artscape, and more with attention to the intersections of arts, spirit and social change. No art experience required. Visit Be|Art|Now for more information.
Healthy Boundaries 2.0 – Beyond the Basics
February 25, 2015, 8:30am – 5:00pm
Instructor: Rev. Lizann Bassham, FaithTrust Institute Trainer
Location: Pacific School of Religion, 1798 Scenic Ave., Berkeley
About the Workshop:
Rev. Lizann Bassham brings a fresh approach and new FaithTrust curriculum to the study of healthy boundaries. This workshop is for anyone a position of spiritual leadership, including community leaders, congregational lay leaders, clergy, clergy spouses, and others. After a review of the basics (good for new leaders), you’ll take a close look at the nuances of power and vulnerability, the role of social media, the influence of finances, and how to take care of yourself in the midst of difficult situations.
CEUs: 7 CEU contact hours approved by the UCC.
Check with your local denomination to see if this workshop meets your denominational requirements.
About the Instructor:
Rev. Lizann Bassham has worked with the FaithTrust Institute for over a decade as a curriculum writer and presenter on issues of healthy relationships for youth and adults. She is a UCC minister and one of the Campus Pastors at Pacific School of Religion. She has written curriculum and facilitated programs around healthy relationships and sexuality and spirituality for The United Church of Christ and other Christian organizations, as well as having experience working with multi-faith groups. She was a local church pastor for twelve years and has taught classes for both PSR and the GTU periodically over the past twenty years. Once, quite by accident, she won a salsa dance contest in East L.A.
Cost: $25 PSR students, $35 GTU students, $70 general public
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