By registration; What is current research telling us about how clergy are cared for in the United States and Canada and what they need to survive and thrive in ministry? Join Helen Blier as she hosts a conversation with Thad Austin about what they’ve learned from the Caring for Clergy research project and how these findings can inform lifelong learning for ministry in theological schools.
"Clergy Well-Being: 5 Things Lifelong Learning Leaders Need to Know" is open to all leaders at ATS member schools. The webinar is being hosted by the ATS Pathways for Tomorrow Coordination Program.
Helen Blier is director of continuing education at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and the president of the Association for Leaders in Lifelong Learning for Ministry. She also works as a resource consultant for In Trust Center for Theological Schools. Blier previously served as director of student information and organizational evaluation at ATS, and she served on the faculty at Boston College Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry. A graduate in theology from Boston College, she holds a Master of Education in religious education from Boston College and a PhD in religion and education from the Graduate Division of Religion of Emory University.
Thad Austin serves as the executive director of the Common Table Collaborative and as vice president of the EveryAge Foundation. He recently worked as the senior director of strategic initiatives and congregational engagement at Duke University's Ormond Center. His most recent book Caring for Clergy: Understanding a Disconnected Network of Providers explores the frontiers of continuing education and its relationship to the care of pastors. An ordained clergyperson, Austin has served parishes in Kentucky and Tennessee. More information about his research can be found at https://www.caringforclergybook.com/.
Date & Time
Tue, Mar 28, 2023 , 1:00 p.m. ET —
Tue, Mar 28, 2023 , 2:00 p.m. ET