Bangor Theological Seminary - Portland Campus

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Bangor Theological Seminary - Portland Campus
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159 State St
Portland, ME 04101
(207) 774-5212

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Training Opportunity: Considering pursuing professional certification as a chaplain or pastoral counselor? Clinical Pastoral Training Center of Southern Maine, CPTCSM is offering their next session of CPT beginning on April 4. What is Clinical Pastoral Training/Education? CPT/CPE is a professional training that compliments seminary or theological training and/or can be taken independently for those wishing to explore or sharpen their ability to provide spiritual and pastoral support. It employs an action-reflection-action model of psychodynamic training that helps trainees to hone their pastoral care skills while developing language and support for their ministry. This training benefits folks in all faith traditions and serves as a perfect vehicle for interfaith dialogue and development. You can draw on a number of non-traditional clinical settings to do your training, such as fire or police chaplaincy, providing spiritual care at a nursing home, or at a resource center such as the Cancer Community Center or a jail. This training is perfect to prepare lay ministers for pastoral care, or to sharpen the skills of an already seasoned person in ministry. Using weekly Interpersonal Relations Group to process cases, trainees will fine-tune their ability to read “Living Human Documents”; triaging, assessing, diagnosing and developing plans of care for those they serve. A session includes 13 weeks of Interpersonal Relations Seminar, 3 6 hour didactic trainings, weekly supervision and participation in a local chapter meeting. Sessions meet on Wednesdays from 2pm-5pm in Portland. Participation is available by remote access. CPT is offered by CPTCSM, Clinical Pastoral Training Center of Southern Maine, a program that is accredited by CPSP (College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy). For more information, please contact Rev. Lori Whittemore, MDiv, BCCC, BCPC at lori@abbeyofhope.com. Or by phone at 207-699-8991.

JOB POSTING: The Chaplaincy Institute of Maine (ChIME) in Portland Maine is looking for someone to join our team as Dean of Students. ChIME is an interfaith school designed to educate and train spiritual leaders who serve with presence, integrity and prophetic voice. This two year program balances contemplative practices, the arts, study of world religions and service learning leading to ordination as an interfaith minister. The Dean of Students position is vital to the functioning of this dynamic organization. It involves significant teaching, advising, and recruitment responsibilities, as well as program planning, coordination and assessment. The right person for this job will be a detail-oriented, self-directed team player, with excellent communication and group process skills. He or she will have an understanding of and commitment to interfaith education and bring a mature spiritual presence as a creative adult educator. Counseling, education or faith leadership degree or the equivalent experience is required. Non-profit and organizational development leadership highly desirable. The position is 18 hours a week plus additional evening and weekend responsibilities with possible expansion of job responsibilities and hours in future. Flexible schedule allows option to work some hours at home. To apply please submit a resume, cover letter, and a one page spiritual autobiographical statement to admin@chimeofmaine.org with Dean of Students Application in the subject line no later than March 6.

Today is the last day to access discounted Early Bird registration rates for "Course Corrections," The BTS Center's upcoming online class with Pam Shellberg. Scholarship aid is available - especially for BTS alumni/ae.
"Course Corrections" is an online learning opportunity in which participants will explore individual and communal responses to disruptive circumstances - welcomed and not - that possess the potential to result in transformation.

The 2017 BTS Alumni/ae Annual Meeting and Luncheon is scheduled for 11 AM next Monday, 1/30/17. Alums Mair Honan ('06) and Mark Monson Alley ('83) will receive "Alumni of the Year" Awards. As in the past, the alumni gathering will immediately precede Convocation. You may register for the gathering by clicking on the image below, which will take you to the Convocation registration page. If you wish to attend the Annual Meeting but do not wish to participate in Convocation, choose the registration option that reads "I am only registering for the BTS alumni/ae gathering and am not attending Convocation." We hope to see some of you there!
The BTS Center continues a century-old tradition of bringing together nationally-recognized speakers to share ideas and perspectives about contemporary spiritual and religious concerns. Convocation 2017 - “Course Corrections” - will provide participants with opportunities to make meaning of the chan...

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Wishing you Joy and Peace! May your witness to God's Redeeming Grace shine brightly, reflecting the Holy Light of this season!
May our songs of praise be one with the angels in singing of God's Glory -- not just this night, but every night! May we proclaim with our lips and our whole lives a message of God's Presence and Peace for every Creature and all Creation! Merry Christmas from the staff and trustees of The BTS Center!