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How can a bishop effectively care for clergy?

At St Luke’s recent conference for diocesan clergy wellbeing representatives, the Diocese of Bath and Wells’ Advisor in Counselling and…

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Supporting ministry – learning from St Albans’ success

The SIM ministry support scheme is a low-cost, high impact provision that has been running for nearly 30 years in…

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Supporting ministry – the St Albans experience

Support In Your Ministry, an innovative clergy wellbeing scheme, has been described as a ‘grace gift’ by participants.  In the…

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The Covenant – on a journey towards culture change

As work on implementing the Covenant for Clergy Care and Wellbeing continues, St Luke’s takes a look at what can…

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Opening up the ‘Big Conversation’

Ahead of Synod's recent vote to adopt the Covenant for Clergy Wellbeing, our reflective practice adviser Jan Korris presented a…

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Blog: Taking the strain

St Luke’s trustee Sue O’Brien reflects on the stresses and joys of being a clergy spouse – and dealing with…

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Taste and see: trying out reflective practice

Interested in St Luke’s Reflective Practice Groups for your diocese or yourself, but not quite sure what you’re in for?…

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Collaborating ahead of the Covenant

St Luke’s announces June workshop in response to demand from wellbeing practitioners

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Blog: Clergy face a ‘unique constellation’ of demands

Harley Street psychologist Rob Archer discusses clergy wellbeing

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Clear way ahead for St Luke’s

2019 sees St Luke’s approach its work with a new focus. Chairman of Trustees Edward Martineau explains why

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