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Tuesday, 25 May 2021
Following the announcement of a seven day lockdown across Victoria that came into effect from midnight on Thursday 27th May, Pilgrim students are asked to note: There will be no face to face Pilgrim classes at the CTM between now and midnight on June 3rd. Arrangements are being made to ensure effective completion of remaining semester 1 units and examinations: please contact your unit teacher or the Registrar if you are in any doubt about these. The Dalton McCaughey Library will be closed, but a click and collect service will be available between 10.30 a.m.–4.30 p.m. Requests can be made…
Sunday, 16 May 2021
Everyone procrastinates. We’re all wired to avoid negative feelings so we seek distraction from difficulties. We turn to mood-enhancing activities like games, social media, even tidying up – anything to avoid the negative mood that comes with a challenging task. In the short term, procrastination works because it can lift our mood and we feel less stressed for a while. But then it catches up and we wish we’d started that assignment earlier. These 10 tips will help you get your essays started – and feel good about it! 10 tips to stop procrastinating now and make the task more…
Monday, 10 May 2021
If you want to: Deep dive into history and explore new patterns of being community Co-operative café: community, history and the new economics Katharine Massam Intensive: 19 and 20 July, 29 and 30 October Before there was social enterprise there was the cooperative movement. This innovative unit features a collaboration with Co-operative Bonds and the Business Council of Cooperatives and Mutuals (BCCM) to workshop business models that might establish a café (or similar enterprise) as a cooperative. Ground this in learning about the radical tradition that supports a growing global movement for a new economy. Examine the models of religious…
Equip yourself for real life, faith, and ministry People study at Pilgrim for all kinds of reasons – out of interest, for their life of faith, to equip themselves with new skills and qualifications, for love of learning, to develop their theological imagination. We know that for theology to be meaningful it must be relevant. We’ll help you explore the implications of your learning, making connections with life in our world, questions of faith, and real vocational contexts. Our subjects can also equip you for vocations – ministry with children and families, pastoral care, leadership in the church. No matter…