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CNW Lay Academy

Location: Neighborhood UMC 1817 Washington Blvd., Maywood, IL

Chicago Northwestern Spring Lay Academy

“Revitalizing the Church by Equipping the Laity”

Dates: March 17 & 24, 2018

Time: 8 am- 3 pm

Online Registration

Download the brochure           

Courses Offered:

  • Lay Servant Basic Children (under 12)
  • Lay Servant Basic Youth (over 12)
  • Lay Servant Basic Course English
  • Lay Servant Basic Course Spanish
  • Lay Servant Basic Course Korean
  • Devotional Life in the Wesleyan Tradition English 
  • Devotional Life in the Wesleyan Tradition Spanish          
  • Advanced Preaching
  • Discover Your Spiritual Gifts 


CHILDCARE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY MAR. 10, 2018 –NO EXCEPTIONS!

Early registrations are strongly encouraged. Walk-ins are always welcome, but class sizes are limited. Scholarships may be available, and local churches are encouraged to sponsor any children, youth or adults from their congregation. 

Fees for classes:

Adults (early registration by March 10)........................... $30
Adults (after March 10)...........................................................$35
Youth (12- 17 yrs)...................................................................$15
Children (6- 11 yrs)................................................................$10

Mail-in Registration:

Complete form and mail with check to:

Chicago Metro Regional Office
Attn: Debbie Rogers
77 W. Washington Street, Suite 1820
Chicago, IL 60602

Write Checks Payable to: “Northern Illinois Conference”

Contact the following with questions about:

Lay Academy, Course, Scholarships:

Selena Roberts asroberts48@gmail.com  773.213-2853

Chester Lacey clacey@redskytech.com  312.432-4304

Online Registration:

Laura Lopez llopez@umcnic.org  312.346-9766 ext. 724

Mail-In Registration:

Debbie Rogers drogers@umcnic.org  312.346-9766 ext. 732

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