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Why does our classis need a safe church team? What does a classis safe church team do? How does the team work, and who leads it? This article helps answer those questions.
This free 90-minute webinar will help faith communities identify the signs of abuse of power and offer a roadmap for church renewal.
Several resources on how to preach on the topic of domestic violence, things to keep in mind, and samples of sermons from Sojourners 100 sermons.
Here is a list of basic of resources and ways you can stay connected to Safe Church Ministry for up-to-date information.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
Watch this conversation with Dr. Dawn Gibson and Pastor Anthony Gibson on Trauma-Informed Congregations.
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.