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Eucharistic Visitor Training
This workshop will prepare those nominated by their clergy to act as Lay Eucharistic Visitors to those hospitalized, or confined to rehabilitation and nursing institutions, as well as the homebound. Content will include Eucharistic theology, role-playing for Eucharistic visits, and required SHE training. Those who participate in this workshop, with their rector/clergy-in-charge's support, can then be licensed by the Bishop's Office as Lay Eucharistic Visitors.
For registration, assure first that you are sponsored by your parish clergy, then contact Diane Muscarella at 516-248-4800, ext. 140 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no fee for this event.
Saturday, January 12, 2018
9am - 12 noon
Thursday, March 7th, 2018
6 pm-9 pm
Racism Awareness Program (RAP)
This is a required training according to the canons of the Diocese of Long Island, Canon 4, Section III: "Education Training on Anti-Racism. All members of the clergy, and all seminarians, candidates for Holy Orders, and all employees and lay leadership of the diocese or of parishes, missions, chapels, or other diocesan units, shall attend training as approved by the Bishop, on issues of anti-racism in church and pastoral relationships."
Participants will be led from an awareness of discrimination to an understanding of racism and other forms of oppression on the personal, interpersonal, institutional and systemic levels.
March 23, 2019
10am - 4pm
Training for Lectors: The Word Flesh made flesh and dwells among us
This half-day workshop will focus on the responsibility and the role of the Lector in worship. Together we will explore preparation, pronunciation, projection, and the ministry of the Lector. This hands-on workshop is taught by the Rev. Michael Delaney, Canon Pastor at the Cathedral of the Incarnation and the Liturgical Coordinator for the Diocese of Long Island.
Saturday, March 9th 9am - 12pm
Vestry & Wardens Day
This day will engage church Wardens and Vestry members in a lively reflection on their responsibilities as office-holders at the church. A broadened perspective will seek to uncover new possibilities both for the local church and for those in leadership positions. The Rev. Jerry Keucher, priest-in-charge at Saint Mary's Church, Brooklyn and formerly Treasurer of
the Diocese of New York, along with Peter Robey and staff of the Diocese of Long Island Finance Office, will lead the day.
Fee: $20 including lunch. Space is very limited.
For information contact Diane Muscarella at 516-248-4800, ext. 140 or email@example.com.
March 9, 2019 9am -3pm
The Treasurer's Workshop addresses the principal responsibilities and tasks of a parish treasurer. Speakers include Pat McNamara, Director of Finance for the Diocese of Long Island and other guest speakers.
The Fee of $20 includes lunch. Space is limited.
March 9, 2019