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Bookings open for MODEM’s 2016 conference.
- Theme. Organisation encounters theology: making sense of ministries in a changing world.
- Date. Wednesday, 16th November.
- Venue.LUMEN URC, Tavistock Place, London – near Kings Cross station.
- Early bird prices £25 - £45 until 16 October. Book now!
Revd Dr Emma Percy, Chaplain and Welfare Dean, Trinity College Oxford
Emma researches, writes and speaks about theology and mothering, Anglican ministry and the theology of care. She is a committee member of WATCH (Women and the Church) and sits on a National Research Ethics committee as a lay member.
Dr Clare Watkins, Lecturer in Ministerial Theology, University of Roehampton
Clare teaches and researches in the areas of ecclesiology, sacramental theology and practical theology. She has a particular concern for working theologically in ways that contribute to ministerial formation and church life and mission.
We regularly provide reviews of newly published books that are relevant to leadership, management or ministry. Check out our book review page.
|"The work you do in bringing together perspectives on leadership and ethics from church and commerce is immensely valuable and I am grateful to you for developing these channels of communciation."|
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd & Rt Hon. Justin Welby sent MODEM a letter of "warmest good wishes" for its 20th anniversary conference in 2013. He challenged MODEM to continue its work with a reflection on "the love of Christ urges us on..." from 2 Corinthians.
You can read the full letter in a special conference issue of MODEM Matters.
|101 Great Ideas for Growing Healthy Churches is MODEM’s fifth book.|
It was published by Canterbury Press in 2012, price £18.99.
Copies can be ordered online from the publisher. MODEM members receive a discount: email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MODEM is a national ecumenical Christian network, which encourages authentic dialogue between exponents of leadership, organisation, spirituality and ministry to aid the development of better disciples, community, society and world.
Who we are
MODEM is a membership network made up of individuals and affiliated organisations. We are an organisation in association with Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI).
What we do
MODEM has an established track record of publishing substantial books in the areas of leadership, management and ministry. We also publish journals for members, covering spirituality at work and the latest news, views and reviews. We run occasional conferences and support regional groups in the UK.