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Clergy Wellness

Taking Care of Self and Others During A Pandemic

Two Day Virtual Workshop on Clergy Wellness
In this interactive workshop participants will explore a model of Holy Health which includes wellness as the integration of mind, body and spirit and the development of one's God's given purpose in life. We will examine ministry leaders' role in the area of wellness for others in their faith-based community. Participants will develop strategies to help them create a balance between self-care and the needs of their ministries.
October 2, 2020
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
October 3, 2020
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Students, $150
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Student credit requires attendance both days.
​Community, $50
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Rev. Dr. Denise Henderson
Rev. Dr. Denise Henderson is an ETS Adjunct Professor and serves as Special Assistant to the President in Strategic Directions, Fund Development and Community Engagement. She is an Associate Minister for Hartford Memorial Baptist Church in Detroit, MI and a Board-Certified Leadership and Wellness Coach from Transformational Leaders International.

About ETS

Like many other top tier schools and seminaries, Ecumenical Theological Seminary is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools and Commission for Accrediting (ATS).

Hiring institutions, churches, denominations, etc., view a degree from an accredited school as an invaluable necessity because of the recognized quality and proven academic rigor of the institution provided.

We promote ecumenical and interfaith dialogue and action across a spectrum of faith tradition.  We facilitate relationships among city, suburban and rural congregation and colleagues.

We encourage members of our learning community to evaluate and utilize insights from broad spectrums of faith, culture and life experiences.