The Centre for Applied Carmelite Spirituality, Oxford in association with the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality, Pittsburgh, USA invite you to join them for two free online events as they reflect and discuss the challenges of young adult formation in the third millennium…
They devote two evenings to dialogue and reflection related to formation of our young adults in the third millennium. The first seminar will present a holistic model for young adult formation, exploring the challenges inherent to our culture today. The second seminar will focus on social media and its implications for holistic human and Christian formation.
All involved in youth and young adults’ ministry and formators are invited to attend. Exploring the challenges inherent to our culture today and how social media affects holistic human and Christian formation. These seminars will offer opportunities for dialogue and reflection regarding the challenges of young formation in the third millennium.
The Speakers for the two events are Susan Muto, PhD. and Lori McMahon, MS. Susan is Executive Director of the Epiphany Association and Dean of the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality. Lori serves as Program Coordinator for the Epiphany Academy and is also certified as a Pastoral Associate in the Diocese of Pittsburgh.
- Tuesday 25 January: A Holistic Model for Young Adult Formation.
- Tuesday 22 February: Social Media and its Implications for Young Adult Formation.
Both sessions run from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm. To find out more and register, go to the Carmelite Friars website.