Faithfulness In Service Conference 2017

A Triennial Ministry Conference that seeks to resource and equip clergy and lay ministers


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Conference Theme

Seeking to assist all clergy and lay ministers in addressing current issues with a focus on resilience and domestic violence.
The Archbishop’s expectation is that all who hold an Archbishop’s licence who are in active parish or pastoral ministry will attend the full conference on one of the dates below.

Theme: Core Strength
Focusing on building resilience in your life and ministry and protective behaviours to keep families and churches safe.
Key aspects of this to be covered are:

Building resilience
Fostering protective behaviours
Developing domestic violence awareness
in order to keep families and churches safe

Conference Dates and Booking

Bookings are now closed

If you have not booked, you can still turn up on the day at Figtree, Rooty Hill or Hoxton Park (but we cannot provide lunch).
Please note that Ryde and UTS are completely full and we will not be able to take walk-ins in the day.

Dates and venues:

Click venue name for more information and registration.

June 19 2017  Ryde Anglican (full)
June 20 2017  Guthrie Theatre, UTS Broadway   (full)
June 21 2017  Figtree Anglican
June 22 2017  Rooty Hill Anglican (MBM)
June 23 2017  Hoxton Park Anglican

The conference is one day long (repeated across the regions), and will run from 9:00am (Check in starts at 8:30am)  – 4:30pm each day.
Note: While the locations are designed to serve each region of the Diocese, anyone from any region can attend any of the available venues.

Lunch is included in the day.
While there is no charge for the conference, booking is essential, and online registrations are now open – click on a venue link above to book.

Safe Ministry Training at FiS

Unlike the previous Faithfulness in Service conference in 2014, there will be NO Safe Ministry Training component at the 2017 conference.

What this means for you:
If you relied upon attendance at the Safe Ministry component at the 2014 Conference to maintain Safe Ministry Training currency, your Safe Ministry Training will expire in June 2017.

What do you need to do:
You will need to undertake the Refresher course through the normal channels. ie: training through your Local Safe Ministry Trainer or at the Safe Ministry Training Day being held on Saturday June 17th – just before the Conference week in order to remain up to date in your training requirements.


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Keith & Sarah Condie

condies_websiteDr Keith Condie and his wife, Sarah, have recently been appointed Directors of the Mental Health and Pastoral Care Institute with Anglican Deaconess Ministries. Before this, Dr Condie was on the faculty of Moore Theologicial College from 1997 to 2016. Previously he served as an assistant minister at Yagoona and at Broadway parishes.

Keith holds a PhD (USyd), as well as an MA in Theology and BTh Hons (ACT), Dip. Th (MTC), and a BSc (Psych.) Hons (UNSW).
Sarah holds a BA (UTS) and now focuses on ministry through her role as Women’s Pastor at Church by The Bridge, after a long season as a Law Librarian, and then part-time Staff worker at St Barnabas Anglican Broadway, and part-time librarian.

Andrea Musulin

andreamusulin_websiteAndrea Musulin has been a police officer with Western Australian Police for 30 years working extensively in the field of child protection and domestic violence and has developed child safety education programs used extensively in schools across Western Australian.

Currently Senior Trainer with Protective Behaviours Western Australian and is currently developing the Perth Catholic Archdiocese Safeguarding Project.


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Questions or problems booking?

Contact the Faithfulness In Service team using this form, or call us on 9265-1547
NOTE: This is NOT a booking form! Please click on the venue name above to book.



NOTE: This is NOT a booking form! Please click on the venue name above to book.