Chaplaincy and Criminal Justice
Designed as a resource and networking day for chaplains developing ministries or serving in the police, prisons or courts, this day will explore particular challenges and opportunities faced by those working in the criminal justice system. With a specific focus on the theme of "crime and punishment", we will address the overarching question: How do we develop compassionate responses to damaged and damaging people?
- Date: Mon 14 October 2019
- Time: 10am to 4pm
- Venue: Sarum College, Salisbury.
- Cost: £70 (standard price) £60 (early bird - before 13th September) £50 (concessions)
The contributors will be:
- Bill Cave, Senior Chaplain to Wiltshire Police.
- Martyn Cook, founder of Chaplaincy to Swindon Law Courts.
- Jayme Reaves, Coordinator of Centre for Encountering the Bible at Sarum College.
The day will include:
- An informal discussion on Fyodor Dostoevsky’s novel Crime & Punishment;
- A participative interview with Martyn Cook who coordinates chaplaincy services as Swindon Law Courts;
- An exploration of the cities of refuge texts in the Hebrew Bible with Jayme Reaves;
- An exploration of a theology of trauma with Karen O’Donnell.
To book your place, please click on this link to the Sarum College website and see the contact details for Alison Ogden.