A quick video highlighting 2021 with Safe Church Ministry!
Use this tool to help assess how safe your congregation is from all kinds of abuse, and how you might nurture a culture that resists abuse.
In this post, you'll find study guides with discussion questions, quotes, and themes for hosting a 5-session book study on A Church Called TOV.
On Wednesday December 8th at 12p Eastern, this webinar will feature conversation with a panel of CRCNA Justice Ministries Staff talking about ways of forming cultures of goodness.
October Safe Church Webinar: Faith Leaders and a Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence
October Safe Church Webinar is all about how faith leaders can work together with social services in a coordinated community response to domestic abuse.
Virtual Safe Church Workshop: Restorative Practices with Classis Rocky Mountain (Oct. 26 from 7 to 9 pm MST)
In this workshop, participants will experience the history and framework of restorative practices, and how to integrate them in a church setting.
I believe that being heard, listened to, and given an opportunity to share your voice is fundamental to being an image bearer of God.
Watch this conversation with Dr. Dawn Gibson and Pastor Anthony Gibson on Trauma-Informed Congregations.
Does your Safe Church Policy have a provision for one-on-one mentoring with youth?
Safe Church Ministry is hosting a virtual book study open to all interested in learning more about creating a TOV (good) culture in our churches!
This webinar features a conversation with guest speaker, Dr. Scot Mcknight, author of The Church Called Tov: Forming a Goodness Culture that Resists Abuses of Power and Promotes Healing and the Safe Church Ministry Team.
Watch this webinar, which explores the following aspects of the framework for restorative practices: continuum of practices, practice domains, fair process, and the compass of shame.
Position opening for Classis Lake Erie Safe Church and Disability Concerns Coordinator with a $1,500 annual stipend.
Here is a list of basic of resources and ways you can stay connected to Safe Church Ministry for up-to-date information.
When Spiritual Leaders Do Harm: Starting Small and Choosing to Be With in Small Oases of Restorative Resiliency
Here are two ways to prevent harm in spiritual communities through restorative practices: starting small, and choosing to be with.
This webinar explored why restorative practices are worth it in the aftermath of COVID, helped define following aspects of the framework for restorative practices: continuum of practices, practice domains, fair process, and the compass of shame.