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Theory U – a quick guide
This one-page document gives a summary of the basics of Theory U, a methodology for transformational change.
Workshop on accompanying faith organisations through transformational change
In this workshop from the SWF Changing Church conference, Keith Elford and Anna Ruddick present their case studies
Conference presentation: Embedding theological reflection at CAFOD
In this video, Susy Brouard presents her research project working with theological action research to investigate embedding theological reflection at CAFOD
Annotated discussion of recommended readings on complexity theories and theology
In this resource document, Tim Harle provides an overview of the current literature on complexity theories and theology.
Cockpit or Conductor? – embedding theological reflection in a Church agency
In this paper from the SWF Changing Church conference, Susy Brouard explores embedding theological reflection into CAFOD’s identity and practice using theological action research methodology.
Enabling transformational change: transforming the relational dimension
In this paper from the SWF Changing Church conference, Megan Seneque reflects on her experiences in social processes that enable the relational dimension at the heart of transformational change and transformative action.
Metanoia Precedes Management: reflections on theological learning, radical passivity, and the urge to organize
In this paper from the SWF Changing Church conference, Gary Hall reflects on “creatively disruptive” theological learning in community.
Christian Aid – from ‘them and us’ to ‘we’; reviewing internal leadership and management
In this case study from the SWF Changing Church conference, Esther Stevenson describes working with Christian Aid to review and change internal leadership and management practices.
Catholic Earthcare Australia – shifting the focus of an organisation
In this case study from the SWF Changing Church conference, Megan Seneque reflects on assisting Earthcare with conceptualising and implementing a strategy to broaden their focus.
The Eden Network – unintended change in urban ministry
In this case study from the SWF Changing Church conference, Anna Ruddick presents the outcomes of a qualitative research project exploring relationships between Eden team members and members of their urban communities.
Aire & Calder circuit – adapting church structure to maximise resources
In this case study from the SWF Changing Church conference, Colin Ride explains the process by which a new Methodist circuit was created out of four in the Leeds District.
The Diocese of Bangor – changing church for today’s context
In this case study from the SWF Changing Church conference, Siôn Rhys Evans describes how the Diocese of Bangor explored changes to make the church “fit for purpose” in today’s cultural context.