The Gifts and Challenges of Diversity

Some implications for spiritual direction

with Grace Owen and Mirjam Ngoy-Verhage

Diversity means different things. In the vocation of Spiritual Direction we encounter all types of people where diversity is in and out of view. What are the potential implications of diversity for directors and directees? Join us to explore this important topic as we reflect on personal stories and experiences of diversity.

Grace Owen and Mirjam Ngoy-Verhage

Grace Owen is a British Ghanaian and active in the London-based African Diaspora community. She is a married to British born Simon and together they have a son, Ben. Choosing to follow Jesus as a teenager, she has held many roles in church life. Grace has developed global leaders for 20+ years, including those in the church. Mirjam Ngoy-Verhage came to the UK from the Netherlands ten years ago to study Theology and Ministry at Durham University. Currently, she works as Learning & Development Manager at the Salmon Youth Centre. She is married to Congolese born Lusa and together they have two children.

Date

Friday 12 July 2019, 11.00am-4.00pm

Cost

£45

Venue

London Centre for Spiritual Direction
The Church of St Edmund the King
Lombard Street
London
EC3V 9EA

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