Riverside at St Jude’s is the diocesan leadership programme designed to help refresh and refocus leadership in ministry. Since the launch of Riverside in 2013, a wide range of clergy from across the Diocese have attended, including those in parish ministry, in chaplaincy roles and sector ministries and a number of SSM clergy. We have also enjoyed having a number of clergy from Ely Diocese joining us in recent years, and look forward to this dimension continuing.
“As I look to the exciting challenges that the coming years will surely bring, I commend this Riverside course to you as an investment and as time well spent equipping yourself the better to serve the Gospel and fulfil your most holy calling.”
The Rt Revd & Rt Hon Richard Chartres, former Bishop of London
Riverside at St Jude’s combines applied teaching in various core areas of leadership along with reflective learning and the setting of personal goals in small groups. We are delighted to have a varied and experienced team from across the Diocese, to teach and to facilitate small groups. The programme considers the challenges of church leadership within a framework that is shaped by Christ and his Kingdom, as well as drawing on best thinking from wider leadership expertise.
Dates for next term
9.30-15.00 at St Mellitus College,
St Jude’s, 24 Collingham Road, London SW5 0LX
25 Sep Theology and Landscape of Leadership
2 Oct Building Healthy Teams
9 Oct Values that Inspire Commitment
16 Oct Developing and Sustaining Vision
30 Oct Leadership to Inspire Trust
6 Nov Living with Conflict
13 Nov Nurturing Future Leaders for London 2020
Tuesday 15 – Thursday 17 January 2019
at Canterbury Cathedral Lodge, CT1 2EH
The residential will explore the connections between ‘Leadership, Personality and Behaviour and the Call of God’ and conclude with a review of the programme and the setting of learning goals.
Team for 2018
- Martin Breadmore, Director of Ministry, Kensington
- Andrew Corsie, Director of Training and Development, Willesden
- Irena Edgcumbe, Director of Training and Development, Stepney
- Neil Evans, Diocesan Director of Ministry
- Nigel Taylor, Director of Training and Development, Edmonton
- Graham Tomlin, Bishop of Kensington
- Jane Williams, Assistant Dean of St Mellitus College
Commitment to attend the full programme is essential for anyone who wishes to participate. Participation is open to clergy with three plus years of experience at incumbent or equivalent level. For more information speak to Neil Evans, Director of Ministry, and to book your place for 2018, please register on Eventbrite or email Fiona Holmer.