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Coaching: can it help clergy?

Nicola Willcocks puts a case for coaching translating from the corporate to the clergy

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We’re here to help

Marking World Mental Health Day on 10 October, St Luke's Chief Executive Dr Claire Walker discusses some of the ways…

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Here to help

St Luke’s Medical Secretary, Hazel Adams, gives her take on the health issues affecting clergy and their families.

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No time to breathe?

Long-serving clergy spouse Kate Woodhouse shares a message for fellow spouses, during Covid-19 and beyond

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Week 17: Ministering to uncertainty and anxiety

In the final reflection in the series, Chairman of St Luke’s Edward Martineau shares his thoughts as we ease out…

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Week 16: Liminality in a time of Covid Part 2

Michele Hampson offers us help with tapping the benefits of crossing boundaries into the new

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Week 15: Liminality in a time of Covid Part 1

In her penultimate article in this series, Michèle Hampson helps us to look at the role of liminality in personal…

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Week 14: Reflections on transitions, part 2

Helen Averill reflects on approaching transitions positively, in our virtual wellbeing series

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Week 13: Reflections on transitions, part 1

Helen Averill reflects on how we can respond to change in today's world, in our virtual wellbeing series

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Week 12: Use of Scriptures

Michele Hampson offers the third of her series of reflections on a Christian response to anxiety, in our Virtual Wellbeing…

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