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Want to be more bold in preaching about stewardship? Looking for new ways to enhance conversation about mission support? Want to share in conversation with colleagues about how to grow stewards? This is for you! Two overnight trainings gleaning the best of Bishop Satterlee’s D. Min. teaching about preaching stewardship. The program will consist of […]
Synod Bridgebuilders Resource Team is offering Clergy Systems and Leadership Work Sessions at scheduled Bridgebuilders meetings. Pastoral leaders interested in presenting challenging or effective ministry situations as a gleaning and learning experience are invited to meet with the experienced synod team in a confidential and collegial context. Two sessions are available at 1:00 p.m. and […]
Reformation 500: A Pilgrimage of Remembering 12 Days Lutherland and Italy May 1-12, 2017 Hosted by Sister Nancy Brousseau, OP and The Rev. Craig A. Satterlee, Bishop, Ph.D. Visiting Berlin, Wittenberg, Eisleben, Erfurt, Eisenach, Munich, Venice, Florence, Rome, and the Vatican City with a Papal Audience. View the Flyer Download the Registration Form
In response to questions regarding the Lay Ministry Foundational Training Program and its connection to, or effect on, Equipping Leaders for Mission and Ministry, ELMM program administer Rebecca Bossenbroek invites you to read this response. ELMM is also excited to announce the Fall 2016 retreats on September 23-24 and October 28-29. Learn More.
The Lay Ministry Foundational Training Program has received a Vital Worship Grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship in Grand Rapids, MI. The grant will fund a year-long project in which the Lay Ministry Foundational Training Program will provide quality, ecumenical, affordable online educational courses for a cohort of qualified students seeking to lead small congregations in meaningful worship […]