[External] Faith Matters Network Movement Chaplaincy Training 2024

Start date: February 5, 2024
End date: April 26, 2024
All-day event
Location: Virtual
1 400sq

This 12-week course focuses on the practice of movement chaplaincy – providing spiritual, emotional, and relational support to people and communities engaged in social justice movements.

[Please note: this opportunity is offered by a partner of the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab. It is not a Lab-hosted event.]

FMN is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Sankofa CPE Center, LLC to provide a first-of-its-kind Movement Chaplaincy CPE Unit! This CPE unit will be integrated with FMN’s Movement Chaplaincy curriculum and extends the training period for an additional 12 weeks through July 19th, 2024. The CPE unit in partnership with Sankofa CPE is accredited by ACPE: The Standard for Spiritual Care & Education. For more info on ACPE, please visit www.ACPE.edu.

Once the regular Movement Chaplaincy Training curriculum concludes, Participants accepted into the CPE program will complete 10 to 15 hours per week for 12 weeks at a social justice site of their choosing, providing inclusive, interfaith spiritual care services to clients and staff. The entire training experience is from February 5th to July 19th.

TO APPLY: 1) REGISTER for Movement Chaplaincy Training at the link in our profile, 2) complete an ACPE application found on the ACPE website, and 3) submit the application to Danie J. Buhuro danie@faithmattersnetwork.org. Applications will be open until all six slots are filled.

Participants will also be a part of a 3-hour Zoom CPE group session every week. During the CPE unit, students will complete about 6 – 10 total verbatims and/or reflection papers. A verbatim is a ministry reflection report where students narrate their encounter with a client word-for-word.

Learning is organized into three core areas: 1) foundations, 2) skills & practices, and 3) applications.

This certificate meets The Diamond Standard™ for CEU Certification for 5 CE units (50 contact hours) for religious, social, and civic professionals and is adaptable (with prior approval) for academic course credit.

Faith Matters Network Movement Chaplaincy Training was formerly known as Daring Compassion Movement Chaplaincy Training.