For churches, the day of low-hanging fruit is over. No longer can churches simply open their doors and meet new people. No longer can churches adopt a service project and call it mission. What some might view as a crisis, others see as a blessing.
Join us on Thursday, November 13, 2014 at Grace Avenue United Methodist Church for a one-day seminar entitled, "Who is My Neighbor? Discussions on Evangelism & Social Justice." Church and Ministry leaders will present their best thoughts and practices about a variety of topics related to the Church's most essential endeavors of outreach and compassion.
In addition to lunch, there will be time for questions, answers, table fellowship and discussion.
November 13, 2014 | 10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
$50 per attendee (price increases to $60 after October 24, 2014)
Speaking on Issues of Social Justice:
Rev. Javier Leyva – Director of United Methodist Immigration Ministries for the SW Texas Annual Conference
Speaking on Evangelism:
Dr. Clayton Oliphint – Senior Pastor of FUMC Richardson
Please watch for more information as we begin to release the names of additional speakers who will be sharing their stories and expertise.
For registration or more information, CLICK HERE or the button below.
Questions? Please e-mail GAUMCseminars@graceavenue.org.