Boundary Awareness Training

Boundary Awareness Training

for Faith Formation and Youth Ministry Leaders

an Online Continuing Education Opportunity

with Debbie Gline Allen, C.M.C.F. and Rev. Gregory Morisse


Saturday, March 13, 2021 from 10:30-1:00AM (updated time)

This will be an extended workshop during Super Saturday

To register, visit www.sneucc.org/eventdetail/14129928


Boundary Awareness Facilitators from the historic MA conference have developed BAT 2.0 materials reviewing the Foundations of pastoral boundaries and considering specialized topics. While we cannot offer these sessions in person right now, we are offering them on Zoom. Participants must complete the following pre-work:


1. Read: "Boundary Awareness: Foundations Article," "Faith Formation & Music Ministers Article," and "Ministry with Children & Youth"

2. Watch: Boundary Awareness During Unprecedented Times (50 mins)

3. Respond: Complete the Survey provided when you register

4. Participate: Join an interactive Zoom session to discuss the material. (This course is being offered in conjunction with Super Saturday; participants must enter through Whova.)

Boundary Awareness Training

for Clergy, Members in Discernment, and Authorized Ministers

an Online Continuing Education Opportunity

with Rev. Reebee Girash and Rev. Gregory Morisse


June 3 2020 — 9:00am-1:30pm

June 10, 2020 — 9:00-11:00am

June 17, 2020 — 9:00-11:00am

To register, visit:


Boundary Awareness Facilitators from the historic MA conference have adapted an introductory course on Boundary Awareness; this is instead of the two-day training using Faith Trust Institute's Healthy Boundaries curriculum. This three-part training can be used to meet Boundary Awareness Training requirements for most Associations. Prior to the first class Participants must complete the following pre-work:


1. Read: "Boundary Awareness: Foundations Article," and "Ministry with Children & Youth"

2. Watch: Boundary Awareness During Unprecedented Times (50 mins)

3. Respond: Complete the Survey provided when you register

4. Participate: Join an interactive Zoom session to discuss the material


Between the first and second classes, participants will be expected to select one of two special topics for each of the remaining weeks, read the associated article, and submit case studies for discussion.


"Politics" or "Parting Well - Boundaries for Former Clergy"

"Clergy with Partners and/or Children" or "Single Clergy"