Finding Your Own Voice Workshop with Val Webb

Are you struggling to find your own theological voice in the face of ancient creeds and dominant Church traditions? Do you find it difficult to express your faith because you have doubts and questions about certain doctrines and are unsure of what thinking underpins them? In your role in the church, how are you able to engage with its theological foundations?

If this describes you, you’re not on your own. This special workshop with internationally recognised speaker Dr Val Webb is an ideal chance to discover your own voice within your unique context and experience, and to network with other lay people and local leaders.

Val’s workshop – Finding your Own Voice – draws from her most recent book, Testing Tradition and Liberating Theology (Morning Star Publications, 2015), and really is a superb opportunity to engage with the theological aspects of our everyday lives. Just as importantly, there will be plenty of time to meet other lay people and local leaders and to share your own questions, answers and evolving stories.

Val is an experienced theologian and teacher, and the workshop will explore these key issues in particular:

Register today and take the opportunity to find your own voice as an active, engaged member of your congregation, presbytery or community, and let Val guide you on the path to thinking and acting from a contextualised theological base.


6:30pm – 9:00pm
Monday, 26 Oct 2015
The Centre for Theology & Ministry
29 College Cres., Parkville VIC 3052
Contact; (03) 9340 8815