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Spiritual Leadership During Times of Crisis

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Religious and spiritual leaders are invited to reflect on our times and what it means to be a leader during times of crisis and stress.

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Let’s face it. It’s been a tough year. You may be questioning what it means to be a religious and spiritual leader during times of stress and crisis. You may feel like you are being asked to walk on water, lead through a wilderness and do the impossible.

Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Educators from Advocate Aurora Health invite you to an opportunity to reflect on our times and what it means to be a leader. Sessions will allow you to reflect on your practice as a faith leader, get ideas and input, try something new and continue learning, feeling and moving into these issues thoughtfully and safely.

This program will use the CPE model of action, reflection, and adjustment, but previous CPE experience is not required.

Six Monthly Sessions. 4th Thursday of the Month, from 1:00-3:00 p.m.

May 27, June 22, July 27, August 24, September 28, October 26

(Dates and times may be negotiated by the group once the program begins)

Organizer AdvocateAurora Health

Organizer of Spiritual Leadership During Times of Crisis

Advocate Aurora Health is the 10th largest not-for-profit, integrated health system in the United States and a leading employer in the Midwest with more than 70,000 team members, including more than 22,000 nurses and the region’s largest employed medical staff and home health organization. A national leader in clinical innovation, health outcomes, consumer experience and value-based care, the system serves nearly 3 million patients annually in Illinois and Wisconsin across more than 500 sites of care. Advocate Aurora is engaged in hundreds of clinical trials and research studies, and is nationally recognized for its expertise in cardiology, neurosciences, oncology and pediatrics. The organization contributed $2 billion in charitable care and services to its communities in 2016. To learn more, visit

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