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1013 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98104
United States

(206)762-1991

The mission of Seattle Presbytery is to participate, in word and deed, in God’s transforming work through the Gospel of Jesus Christ: †by strengthening the witness and mission of our congregations and members and by building strong partnerships with each other and the larger Christian community.

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SeaPres Café

Saturday, October 4, 2014
9:00 am @ Mercer Island PC

Featuring Dr. Rodger Nishioka Benton Family Associate Professor of Christian Education Columbia Theological Seminary

Featuring Dr. Rodger Nishioka
Benton Family Associate Professor of Christian Education
Columbia Theological Seminary

21st Century Reformation

Eight trends that are changing and challenging ministry

We are living and serving during a time of momentous change.  This time is calling us to new ways of being faithful, new ways of being agile, new ways of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.  During the keynote conversation, we will explore eight specific trends that are worthy of our attention and their implications for ministry in the 21st century. 

Workshop: What Future for Christian Education?

Lunch & Fellowship follows (please register).


Cafe Schedule:

  • 8:30 Café opens, registration begins 
  • 9:00 - Keynote with Rodger Nishioka 

  • 10:15 - Workshop

  • 12:00 - Lunch/Fellowship (please register)

Location & More Information

This Café will be held at Mercer Island Presbyterian Church, 3605 84th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040.

Sorry, childcare is unavailable for this event.

If you have questions or require more information, please contact EJ Lee: 425.270.7142.


Workshops (begin at 10:15 am)

  • What Future for Christian Education?
    For too long, the church has relied on a model of Christian Education that assumed too much and taught too little.  So if how we have usually done Christian education is no longer working, than what is emerging?  People still need to know the gospel.  All ages still need to know the stories of faith.  Even research among young adults indicates a growing interest in the Bible.  So what is the future of Christian education?  Join us for a conversation about emerging models of Christian education and Christian formation.