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July 11, 2019 | by Lauren Warner
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In this workshop, devoted exclusively to teaching practical skills that you can incorporate immediately into your work and activism, you will learn the state-of-the-art methods behind each of the three tracks of social justice advocacy: lobbying public officials, communicating with the press, and organizing the most persuasive grassroots actions. This highly interactive workshop is filled […]

June 9, 2018 | by Adelle M. Banks
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“…awaken to more of who you are and appreciate your unique part in God’s Creation.” A workshop based on the recently published workbook by St. James by-the-Sea parishioner, Mark Turner. Using his unique, art journal-style workbook, Mark will guide your exploration of the stages of creation: inspiration, execution and exhibition. Bring your idea, project, business, art, endeavor, or […]

April 27, 2018 | by Hannah Wilder
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This is an appropriate workshop for churches currently experiencing conflict – or those who simply want to work at preventing destructive conflict in the future. The facilitator is Richard Blackburn, Lombard Mennonite Peace Center executive director. Learn more here. Draft Agenda Friday 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.  Introduction: The Nature and Role of Conflict; Conflict in the New Testament: […]

April 27, 2018 | by Hannah Wilder
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No one’s plans for the end of life will be exactly the same, but one thing is for certain: if you don’t plan, someone else will decide for you. From reviewing medical care if you are incapacitated, to how you wish be remembered by your loved ones, and planning your estate, take the time now […]

February 9, 2018 | by Hannah Wilder
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Healthy Congregations is a workshop designed by Peter Steinke, author of the books How Your Church Family Works: Understanding Congregations as Emotional Systems and Healthy Congregations: A Systems Approach. A key concept at the heart of Healthy Congregations is “self-differentiation,” people’s capacity to calmly articulate what they think and value, and to act on that […]