POSTPONED — Conflict Intervention Workshop for Pastors


Due to unforeseen circumstances, the workshop is postponed until fall. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

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Conflict is inevitable. Handling it well is a learned skill.

Have you experienced: Your lay leaders and ministerial staff at odds? Disagreement about how much to spend on a new roof? Your project group stalled over personal differences? Political differences hijacking the fellowship hall?

We invite you to attend a free in-person, one-day workshop on constructive conflict intervention designed for pastors. You will be introduced to:

  • Conflict Styles
  • Components of Conflict
  • Active Listening
  • Conflict Analysis
  • Dialogue Facilitation

Friday, April 5, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
In person at Wesley Theological Seminary
4500 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20016

The workshop is free, but lunch is $10. If you have any dietary restrictions, please register by the end of Monday, April 2 to let us know so that we may place the order.

This workshop is limited to 25 participants. Register now.


Charlie PillsburySince 2013, Charlie Pillsbury has served as Co-Director of the Center on Dispute Resolution and a Distinguished Practitioner in Residence, Dispute Resolution, at Quinnipiac University School of Law. From 1989-2009, he was Executive Director of Community Mediation (CM) in New Haven, CT, and from 2009-2013, was Executive Director of Mediators Beyond Borders International.

Phoebe MillikenPhoebe Milliken designed and directs the Master of Arts in International Peacebuilding (MAP) at Hartford International University for Religion and Peace. The MAP program brings together an international cohort of Christians, Muslims, and Jews to develop interreligious peacebuilding skills through an experiential education model.

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