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2021 Laity Convocation

Location: ZOOM

Saturday, Feb. 13
9 am - 12 noon

The Other Side:  Making Our Churches Vital in a Post-Pandemic World

Virtual Webinar

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Featuring: Interim Bishop John Hopkins, Rev. Adam Hamilton, Rev. Sue Nilson Kibbey, Rev. Dr. F. Douglas Powe, Discipleship Task Force, Anti-Racism Task Force, Vital Congregations Task Force and a celebration of newly certified lay ministers. 

Presentations:

  • Communal Prayer (Rev. Sue Nilson Kibbey) BIO
  • Helping People Grow in Faith (Rev. Adam Hamilton) BIO
  • Outreach (Rev. Dr. F. Douglas Powe) BIO


Cost: $10

We're sorry. Registration closed at noon on Thursday, February 11.

Special Offering

Would you like to donate to help those affected by food insecurity? Due to the pandemic, the need to support food banks has heightened & we will be splitting all donations collected between the following organizations:

  • Greater Chicago Food Depository 
  • Northern Illinois Food Bank
  • River Bend Food Bank


To donate, click HERE & make sure to choose "Laity Convocation" in the dropdown box or text GIVE to (844) 563-0429

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