Guest speaker Alan Roxbugh said he would be educating the clergy about what they could do to go forward.
He said that, as ordained ministers educated at a seminary, most clergy "have been trained in a certain way".
Dr Roxbugh said it was like his peers had been taught how to repair bicycles and, now the car had been invented, people were unsure what to do.
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