Transforming Ministry - New Best Practices Conference
July 22 - 27, 2012
Experienced United Methodist pastors are invited to a one-week intensive introduction to emerging best practices in ministry. Come to learn techniques and approaches from around the country - the practices that are helping pastors today to build successful churches for the new generation. The design of the conference will invite you into a learning community of your peers who come from a variety of places and kinds of ministry. You will experience the process of reﬂective practice, a powerful tool for continued learning. Follow-up to the conference will include online peer learning groups and two-day reunions in January.
A thinker, writer and ecumenical networker among innovative Christian leaders. His numerous books detail the path towards a postmodern and postcolonial ministry for seekers and skeptics.
Diana Butler Bass
An author, speaker, and scholar specializing in American religion and culture. She consults with leaders and organizations to develop, generative Christian practices relevant to the complexity of religion and spirituality in history, culture and political life.
Bishop Grant Hagiya
Paciﬁc Northwest Annual Conference
Rev. Mark Whitlock
Senior Pastor of Christ Our Redeemer AME Church, Irvine, CA
Cost: $700, including most lunches and dinners; all sessions at the CST campus
Housing: $49.50 double, $99 single occupancy at the Claremont Doubletree Hotel
Registrations for room and conference will be done by Annual Conferences. To register, please contact your District Superintendent.
Sponsored by The United Methodist Church, Western Jurisdiction,The Bishop Jack and Marjorie Tuell Center of Leadership Excellence & Claremont School of Theology - 1345 N. College Avenue - Claremont CA 91711
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