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Events

9/14-16: Pastors' Retreat @ Tall Timber
Sep
16
5:00 pm17:00

9/14-16: Pastors' Retreat @ Tall Timber

  • Tall Timber Ranch

September 14-16, 2015

Tall Timber Ranch

Theme: A Long Obedience; Staying Faithful, Fresh and Full over the long haul

Facilitator:  The Rev. Kimberly Crispeno

We enter our ministries intent upon being faithful servants of Jesus Christ, each of us with a backpack of tools, expectations, and great intentions.  But we quickly find it is not as easy as we hoped to live out what we know, and stay present, engaged, and fresh in our vocations and personal lives.  In our time together, we will explore in our own stories how and why we sabotage ourselves and struggle to practice our values and what we know to be true and needed.

Kimberly grew up on the shores of Flathead Lake in Montana, the daughter of two pastors in a small town Pentecostal church.  Her grandmother, Evelyn Peterson, and her uncles Eugene, and Kenneth Peterson, were also strong pastoral influences in her formative years.  She has lived and seen the church from nearly every angel.

In November of 2014, Kimberly stepped away from a pastoral role at Calvin Presbyterian Church in Shoreline, WA. In order to devote more time to spiritual direction, speaking, writing, art, hospitality and her family.  The mother of three, Kimberly never imagined how much time she’d spend in ice hockey rinks, on soccer fields, or trying to find a healthy balance between vocational ministry and personal life.  She lives in Edmonds, WA. with her husband and family. 

Registration:

To register, go on line to Camp@TallTimber.org  click on registration; click on Pastors’ Retreat.  If this is not available, email: Cathi@TallTimber.org. give your name and address, and that you are registering for the Pastors’ Retreat, September 14-16 and that you will be paying the registration fee of $85 upon arrival.   

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9/26: Sticky Faith w/Chap Clark
Sep
26
10:00 am10:00

9/26: Sticky Faith w/Chap Clark

  • Calvin PC

Everyday ideas to build lasting faith in your kids

• Explore what it means to take seriously the spiritual formation of children and adolescents.

Event Description
Join other parents, pastors, youth and children’s ministry staff.
Chap Clark, Fuller Seminary Professor of Youth, Family & Culture and best selling author, will provide training and tools to help us understand the adolescent experience and faithfully journey with children and youth as they become followers of Jesus.

Two Sessions Offered
Saturday, September 26, 2015
10am – 12 noon
For church leaders and pastors
Discern ways to better minister to families and equip parents to walk with their children and adolescents on a journey of faith.

1pm – 3 pm
For parents
Learn more about the world of adolescents and discover ways to be more intentional about faith formation at home.

Cost
$15 for church leaders and pastors
$10 for parent session
$20 for both sessions

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9/29: Coastal Presbytery of Colombia
Sep
29
6:00 pm18:00

9/29: Coastal Presbytery of Colombia

  • Mercer Island PC

You are invited to meet with pastoral leaders from the Coastal Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of Colombia and hear about ministry opportunities for the churches of Seattle Presbytery as we explore a missional partnership.  Dinner is included.  RSVP required to Eliana Maxim.

Help spread the word!  Please share this event with your congregation members & friends:

10/2-4: Code for the Kingdom
Oct
2
Oct 4

10/2-4: Code for the Kingdom

  • Impact Hub Seattle

Code for the Kingdom Seattle is a 36 hour hackathon that convenes believers using their gifts in technology, design, entrepreneurship and every other discipline to deliver amazing and creative solutions to global challenges that demonstrate the love of Christ for the world.

Learn more.

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10/3: Weaving Our Strengths Conference
Oct
3
8:00 am08:00

10/3: Weaving Our Strengths Conference

  • University Congregational UCC

The Church Council of Greater Seattle invites you to Weaving Our Strengths on Saturday, October 3 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at University Congregational UCC, 4515 16th Ave. NE, Seattle.

Weaving Our Strengths is a day-long conference of fellowship, inspiration, & skill-building to strengthen local churches’ efforts for the common good. 

More information and registration at:
http://thechurchcouncil.ejoinme.org/WOS 

10/11-13: Wright Lecture Series @ Menucha
Oct
11
4:00 pm16:00

10/11-13: Wright Lecture Series @ Menucha

  • Menucha Retreat & Conference Center

Guest Lecturer: Dr. Brian Blount
President, Union Presbyterian Seminary

Sunday, October 11 – Tuesday, October 13, 2015*

The Cultural Shape of Faith: How Culture Shapes Biblical Understanding. This series of conversations will look at the role our social location and social identity play in shaping our understanding of New Testament texts.

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*Sunday, October 11th, Union Presbyterian Seminary alums are invited to a pre-conference meeting: “Union Matters” with Brian Blount 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM in the Greenhouse at Menucha. 

Read more about this year’s series

Presenter biography 

Schedule

Cost to attend

Alternate Dietary Request Form

General packing list for what to bring

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Purpose and history of the Wright Lecture Series at Menucha

Wright Lecture Series Main Page

10/17: Verge 2.0 @ Community Church of Seattle
Oct
17
9:00 am09:00

10/17: Verge 2.0 @ Community Church of Seattle

  • Community Church of Seattle

“Innovate” [in-uh-veyt] 
to introduce something new; make changes in anything established.

I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?
-(Isaiah the Prophet chapter 43 v. 19)

On October 17 VERGE 2.0 converges 7 innovative ministry leaders to share their stories with you, ignite your imagination, and encourage your ministry. 

None of them did it alone. They all steward stories bigger than themselves about God partnering with ordinary people to write new chapters in His unfolding mission on earth. 

Inspired by the TED Conference, we’re asking these innovators to give the presentation of their life in 18 minutes or less. As a VERGE 2.0 participant, you will also receive timely and practical learning resources throughout the following year so that you can continue to benefit from this new learning community.

Everyone is invited!  Join us Saturday, October 17, 9 am - 3 pm, at Community Church of Seattle in Bothell to behold the bold things God is doing! 

10/26-29: Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising
Oct
26
Oct 29

10/26-29: Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising

  • Menucha Retreat & Conference Center

The Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising (ECRF) is a four-day intensive program with a practical application project, offered specifically for leaders in churches, nonprofits, and religious social service organizations. The Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising program provides the research, tools, and training to meet the growing needs of religious leaders to inspire and transform philanthropic giving within their congregation and community.

10/31: RMNW Fall Teaching Retreat
Oct
31
9:00 am09:00

10/31: RMNW Fall Teaching Retreat

  • Bethany PC

Spiritual Practices to Empower Christian Professionals to be
God's People in Today's Marketplace

  • How do we navigate as faithful followers of Jesus in the messy places in our lives?
  • Particularly what do we do when our work seems to leave us with no good options?
  • When should Christians compromise?
  • Is choosing the lesser evil the same thing as living lives of holiness?
  • When confronted with challenging decisions where there does not seem to be any “pure” way out, what can help us stay alert to what God is doing in our midst?

Jeff & Margie VanDuzer, will help explore the problems and decisions that Christian professionals are often challenged by in current market realities, and will take a closer look at practices that will help nurture community, foster spiritual disciplines and cultivate hope.

Saturday, October 31 - 9AM to 2PM

Bethany Presbyterian Church, Seattle
Early Bird Price $35 if registered by October 1 ($50 General) | REGISTER

11/18-20: Mid Council Financial Network Conference
Nov
18
Nov 20

11/18-20: Mid Council Financial Network Conference

The Mid Council Financial Network conference will take place November 18-20, in San Antonio, Texas. 

The theme this year is : “Our Church’s Growth in Today’s Electronic World.”  We have several experienced and well qualified speakers lined up, including keynote speaker Dr. Heath Rada, Moderator of the 221st General Assembly, plenary speakers, Frank and Elaine Sommerville,  Stated Clerk Gradye Parsons, and representatives from the Presbyterian Foundation, the Board of Pensions, Office of the General Assembly, Presbyterian Investment and Loan Program, and other Presbyterian Mission Agency leaders.

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9/1: "Captive" Exclusive Advance Leader Screening
Sep
1
7:00 pm19:00

9/1: "Captive" Exclusive Advance Leader Screening

  • Regal Cinemas Thorton Place

Based on the dramatic true story of redemption brought about by Rick Warren's Purpose Driven Life. Do you remember when a killer let Ashley Smith go after she read to him from Rick Warren's book? Now this true story has been made into a major feature film, which Paramount Pictures will release in theaters nationwide on September 18. You are invited to an exclusive leader screening at Regal Cinemas Thornton Place, 301 NE 103rd Street, Seattle, WA 98125. Must RSVP. 

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8/6-7: Global Leadership Summit @ BelPres
Aug
6
4:30 pm16:30

8/6-7: Global Leadership Summit @ BelPres

  • Bellevue PC

Whether at church, school, business or home, you are leading people and projects every day. You’re leading in a culture that is constantly changing and redefining itself. Leadership takes perseverance, dedication and a commitment to stretch your mind, expand your heart and use your God-given gifts to impact your world in real and powerful ways. August 6 & 7, 2015 you’re invited to gather with thousands of leaders across North American for The Global Leadership Summit. Commit now to be a part of this annual event designed to stretch and challenge you with world-class speakers, interactive dialogue and practical training.

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Bellevue Presbyterian Church is pleased to offer special pricing for new pastor and those from smaller churches who may not have the means to attend.  

Registration is possible via belpres.org or willowcreek.com with the following options:

1.       Current public price is $189 for team of 10 or more or $209 for individual

2.       Student/Faculty/Military price is $89

3.       If first time attendee contact Bellevue Presbyterian to be considered for host site discount

4.       If small church or community outreach organization contact Bellevue Presbyterian to be considered for host site discount

Contact: Nancy Campi for details.  Bellevue Presbyterian Church | p:425.454.3082 x3378 | ncampi@belpres.org



7/30-8/1: Big Tent 2015
Jul
30
Aug 1

7/30-8/1: Big Tent 2015

  • University of Tennessee

BIG TENT 2015
JULY 30 – AUGUST 1, 2015
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE CAMPUS
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE

7/20-24: Whitworth Institute of Ministry
Jul
20
Jul 24

7/20-24: Whitworth Institute of Ministry

Whitworth Institute of Ministry 40th Anniversary: July 20-24, 2015

"Pursuing the Common Good: Engaging Culture with the Gospel"

The Whitworth Institute of Ministry (WIM) is an annual conference hosted on the university’s beautiful campus. WIM is designed to provide spiritual renewal for those involved in ministry leadership, as well as their entire family. Special programs designed to support spouses, youth, and children run throughout the week, concurrent with plenary sessions (morning Bible Study and Convocation, afternoon seminars, and evening worship). WIM has been known for the combination of great bible teaching, dynamic preaching, vibrant worship, and time for personal renewal. Many ministry cohort groups find WIM to be an opportunity to gather with friends and families for a week of fellowship and retreat.

WIM will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year on July 20-24, 2015. For more information about our program and speakers, go online.

Summer 2015 Speakers

Bible Hour Walter Brueggemann

Bible Hour

Walter Brueggemann

Convocation Andy Crouch

Convocation

Andy Crouch

Evening Worship Anne Zaki

Evening Worship

Anne Zaki


8/17-18: Financial Well-Being Retreat (Registration ends 7/17)
Jul
17
Jul 18

8/17-18: Financial Well-Being Retreat (Registration ends 7/17)

Registration ends July 17 for Financial Well-Being Retreat 2015, hosted by Board University in partnership with the Presbyterian Foundation. If you haven't reserved your spot, now is the time to do so. 

Click here to learn more and register. 

Over the years, Board University -- the educational program of the Board of Pensions -- has received requests from plan members, employers, and mid councils asking for new ways to help prepare them for improved well-being and stewardship. Board University staff members have listened to that feedback and are designing new offerings to complement established seminars and e-learning modules.

Financial Well-Being Retreat 2015 on August 17 and 18 at MontreatConference Center is a new offering. Dedicated to helping active Benefits Plan members achieve better stewardship of personal and church finances, here are a few key details about the retreat.

  • 12 workshops presented three times during the event by staff from the Board of Pensions, the Presbyterian Foundation, and Fidelity Investments.
  • Registrants select six workshops to attend when they register for the event.
  • There is no Board of Pensions registration fee. A $20 per person meal fee is payable to Montreat Conference Center. (Meal service is being subsidized by the Board and the Foundation.)
  • The retreat was recently approved by the Assistance Program as an alternative that may be used to fulfill the Seminary Debt Assistance Grant application requirement related to the Getting in Shape Fiscally seminar.

Online registration is the only way to register for Financial Well-Being Retreat 2015. It is available through Friday, July 17, requires a personal email address, and is limited to the first 150 people registered.

7/21: Pre-Presbytery Gathering w/Rev. Marta Bennett (SP)
Jul
13
4:00 pm16:00

7/21: Pre-Presbytery Gathering w/Rev. Marta Bennett (SP)

  • Rainier Beach PC

Join us Tuesday, July 21 from 4:00-5:00 PM at Rainier Beach PC to hear from PC(USA) Mission co-worker Rev. Marta Bennett (SeaPres Validated Ministry).

More about Marta:

Mission co-worker in Kenya  since 1994, serving at  the International Leadership University (formerly Nairobi International School of Theology) at the invitation of the National Council of Churches of Kenya.

About Marta Bennett's ministry
Marta has served in Kenya since 1994, first at Daystar University as Director of Student Development, Senior Lecturer in Biblical and Theological Studies and Christian Ministries, and then as Dean of Postgraduate Studies.  In 2006 she left Daystar to join International Leadership University (ILU, formerly the Nairobi International School of Theology (NIST)), as head of the Department of Leadership Studies and Associate Professor. Leadership Studies programs include the Diploma in Leadership, Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Management, Master's in Organizational Leadership, and Master of Science in Governance. Most recently a Ph.D. program in Transformational Leadership has been launched with 28 students from six African countries. Marta teaches courses such as Personal Leadership Development; Theological Foundations of Leadership; Organizational Culture and Development; Leadership History, Theories and Praxis; and Conflict Transformation and Reconciliation Processes. She also leads an ongoing discipleship group of master's students, engaging with them in Bible study, evangelism and discipleship ministries, as well as advising master's theses and Ph.D. research and writing.

Most recently Marta has been appointed as the new Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (the equivalent of Vice President in an American system), working with faculty, staff and students to develop programs and to increase capacity of teaching personnel, promoting teaching not only of content but also of critical reflective thinking and integration of faith and cultural realities with learning and application of learning,

ILU-Kenya, located near the city center of Nairobi, was founded in 1981 by Campus Crusade for Christ International (known as “Life Ministries” in Africa) to equip pastors, church workers and Christian leaders in society with ministry skills and theological training. The school’s mission is “To educate and train Christ-like visionary leaders to spearhead holistic transformation in Africa and the world.” Students come from all over Africa to be equipped in biblical and theological studies, leadership, governance, counseling, education, and mission/intercultural studies. In addition short courses on ministry training are offered at a certificate level.

“Despite all the crises and challenges that Africa faces, there truly is hope,” Marta writes. “While evangelism continues to be essential, strategic discipleship and professional skill development is crucial so that the gospel can take root and go deep, transforming lives and society as a whole. True peace, justice, poverty alleviation and reconciliation can only take place if hearts are transformed, if people are willing to seek God, trusting and following him and together seeking and pursuing God’s priorities.” The focus of her assignment at ILU seeks to embody this commitment.

Learn more.

7/10-11: Code for the Kingdom
Jul
11
10:00 pm22:00

7/10-11: Code for the Kingdom

Code for the Kingdom @ Microsoft is a weekend event held at Microsoft inviting all Microsoft FTEs, interns, and guests. With the theme of “Tackling the Giants through Marketplace Miracles,” we will have three separate tracks: (1) traditional hack-a-thon (MS FTEs and interns only) (2) pray-a-thon (open to guests) and (3) kids’ hackathon (for kids of MS FTEs, 1-6th grade).

Tonight: Community-Wide Prayer Vigils
Jun
18
6:00 pm18:00

Tonight: Community-Wide Prayer Vigils

From the Church Council of Greater Seattle:

Community-Wide Prayer Vigils
 
Please join in community mourning at a community-wide prayer vigil for the victims of the hate crime shooting at Emanuel AME Church of Charleston, South Carolina.

In Seattle: at 6:30 p.m. at First African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1522 14th Ave., Seattle 98122.
 
In Tacoma: at 6 p.m. at Allen African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1223 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Tacoma 98405

6/7: Nathan Sobers Commissioning Service
Jun
7
3:00 pm15:00

6/7: Nathan Sobers Commissioning Service

  • Lake City PC

Lake City Presbyterian Church invites you to join them in the commissioning service of Nathan Sobers on Sunday, June 7 at 3:00 PM. Nathan will be serving Lake City Presbyterian Church as a Commissioned Ruling Elder. 

A reception will follow the service.
 

5/31: Aaron Willett Ordination
May
31
4:00 pm16:00

5/31: Aaron Willett Ordination

  • Southminster PC
And after they had appointed elders for them in each church, with prayer and fasting they entrusted them to the Lord in whom they had come to believe.
— Acts 14:23 (NRSV)

Please join Seattle Presbytery in a service of worship for the ordination of Aaron Willett, who has received a call at Southminster Presbyterian Church. 

Sunday, May 31 at 4:00 PM

Southminster Presbyterian Church

5/21: 2015 Book Celebration
May
21
3:00 pm15:00

5/21: 2015 Book Celebration

  • First Free Methodist Church

2015 Book Celebration

Join Seattle Pacific University’s Center for Biblical and Theological Education, School of Theology, and Seattle Pacific Seminary for a special event highlighting our faculty authors.

5/17: Tony De La Rosa Commissioning Service
May
17
3:00 pm15:00

5/17: Tony De La Rosa Commissioning Service

  • Newport PC

Newport Presbyterian Church invites you to join them in the commissioning service of Tony De La Rosa on Sunday, May 17 at 3:00 PM. Tony will be serving Newport Presbyterian Church as a Commissioned Ruling Elder. 

5/16: PresbyFest @ UPC
May
16
8:30 am08:30

5/16: PresbyFest @ UPC

  • University Presbyterian Church

Register now for PresbyFest 2015! Featuring Mike Breen.

  • Keynote address: Missional communities have become one of the most important ways in which God is working in his church today. In this engaging presentation we will discover the 'Whats and Whys' of Missional community's in today's church. 
  • Oikoinia Workshop: Oikos maybe a brand of Greek yogurt but it's also the word most commonly used for the way in which the church gathered in the New Testament. In this fascinating workshop we will discover what it means for us today as we seek to build families that reflect God's purposes in the world.  
  • Special offering from Samaritan Counseling
  • Church planting/new initiatives
  • Exploring visual, musical, and literary art in faith
  • Plus more workshops! All free for SeaPres members. 
  • Event includes lunch (must RSVP by Monday, May 11).

Many thanks to our host church, University Presbyterian Church

Mike Breen:

Mike Breen has been a leading innovator of church and discipling movements throughout Europe and the United States for more than 25 years. He led a church re-plant in inner city London and in Sheffield, grew a church to the largest in England; all through pioneering the vehicles now known as Missional Communities and Huddles. In the late 2000's, they led a team that began a church planting movement in Europe; planting more than 1400 churches in 4 years.

Mike and Sally live in South Carolina, where they founded 3DM, a movement/organization which has now spread to 5 continents, training thousands of leaders and churches in how to move to a discipling  culture and missional mindset.

Today Mike and Sally continue to invest in leaders of movements around the world, Writing and speaking on a variety of subjects.

Mike has authored numerous best selling books, most notably Building a Discipling Culture and Family on Mission. 

You can follow Mike's at :

www.3dmovements.com/mikebreen/

www.facebook.com/mike.breen.14

twitter: mike_breen

5/4-6: Preaching Pastors' Retreat @ Zephyr Point
May
4
May 6

5/4-6: Preaching Pastors' Retreat @ Zephyr Point

  • Zephyr Point

Session 1 – Featured Presenter: Dr. James Forbes

Dr. James Forbes

Dr. James Forbes

Preaching Justice in the Power of the Spirit

In Luke 4 Jesus said,

“The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.”

Dr. Forbes will explore this theme of Preaching Justice in the Power of the Spirit by looking at Jesus, Elijah and Ezekiel as the prototypes for the prophetic word in our world today. Dr. Forbes will look at the two themes of Preaching Justice and Preaching in the Power of the Spirit and how we can bring about a real impact in our churches and communities through the preached word of compassion peace and justice.

Additionally, there will be a Preaching Clinic where we will have a Q&A time with Dr. Forbes to address any preaching concerns that ministers may have. As he jokingly says, he will help “scratch where we itch” so that he can make sure that he is addressing our contextual preaching concerns. We will close our time together by looking at the spiritual renewal of the preacher and the impact that can have on our congregations, community, and world. Come join us for a powerful conference that will be sure to strengthen and refresh your preaching and spirit.

James is a phenomenal preacher and teacher. He is the Senior Minister Emeritus of Riverside Church in New York City. He has taught preaching at Union Theological Seminary and Auburn Theological Seminary in New York.

Sponsored by the Pastoral Support Committee – Sacramento Presbytery

With the grant that the Sacramento Presbytery was awarded, the cost is only $50 for all PC(USA) Ministers of the Word and Sacrament in the western five Synods. Invite your friends!

5/3: Daniel Triller Ordination
May
3
4:00 pm16:00

5/3: Daniel Triller Ordination

  • Bellevue PC
And after they had appointed elders for them in each church, with prayer and fasting they entrusted them to the Lord in whom they had come to believe.
— Acts 14:23 (NRSV)

Please join Seattle Presbytery in a service of worship for the ordination of Daniel Triller, who has received a call at Bellevue Presbyterian Church.

Sunday, May 3 at 4:00 PM

Bellevue Presbyterian Church

3/24: Top 10 Financial Mistakes Churches Make Webinar
Mar
24
11:00 am11:00

3/24: Top 10 Financial Mistakes Churches Make Webinar

Top 10 Financial Mistakes Churches Make (and How to Fix Them)

A 90-minute webinar on Tuesday March 24 at (11 a.m. PT) 

featuring Eric Heinekamp

Church finances are unique and challenging - and yet are often managed by volunteers and staff with little training.

But there is hope! In this webinar we will look at real financial challenges facing our congregations and simple, practical ways to improve money management so your congregation can focus on their mission.

Participants will:

  • Hear common mistakes church volunteers and staff make related to money;
  • Learn practical tips, tactics and tools to reduce operating costs and increase income;
  • Discover useful resources to help churches be better at financial planning, spending, taxes, audits and stewardship.

Presenter ERIC HEINEKAMP is director of business affairs for the Presbytery of Chicago. He is responsible for the finance, accounting and real estate of the presbytery and meets frequently with churches in the presbytery to consult on these topics. 

Click here to learn more, register for the live event or on-demand replay ($29.95), or pre-order a DVD ($43.95).

3/14: Renewal Ministries Lenten Prayer Retreat
Mar
14
9:00 am09:00

3/14: Renewal Ministries Lenten Prayer Retreat

  • North Creek PC

During the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Easter, Christians draw closer to God through prayer and repentance. Lent is a time to re-establish the harmony with God that was broken by sin; a time to put off the old and put on the new (2 Corinthians 5). It is a time for a deeper conversion of our hearts. A time to overcome in ourselves what is of the flesh so the life of Christ may prevail in us. Lent is a time to recognize that we cannot do this for ourselves. We are utterly dependent on the rescuing love of Christ.

3/10-12: Bread & Wine - A Lenten Journey
Mar
10
Mar 12

3/10-12: Bread & Wine - A Lenten Journey

This reflective yet experiential journey includes sessions on the art of making bread, a trip and travel component to local wineries to taste and discover wine making, as well as morning and evening devotions around Lenten themes. Devotional times will include community devotional practices as well as opportunities to engage in self-directed spiritual disciplines on your own.

3/8: Poverty Simulation Workshop
Mar
8
4:00 pm16:00

3/8: Poverty Simulation Workshop

  • Newport PC

Could you survive a month in poverty? Participate in a poverty simulation:

  • Role play a month in the lives of low-income families
  • meet others who care about the issue, and
  • explore the impact of poverty on our community.