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DeKalb District Leadership Training

Location: Dixon First UMC, 202 S. Peoria Avenue, Dixon, IL

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Date: January 26, 2019

Theme: “Pressing Forward – Running the Race that’s before us!”

Location: Dixon First UMC  8:30 am – 2:30 pm

Target: Resourcing our District Churches and our people with the tools to vitalize their churches

Goal:  To worship, train, connect and replenish laity and clergy of the Dekalb District of the Northern Illinois Conference of the United Methodist Church so Christ’s mission and ministry flourishes!


We have a fantastic group of presenters on topics that are relevant and helpful for us to Press Forward: Conflict Resolution, Children’s and Youth Ministry, Staff Parish Relations, Trustees – Insurance, Trustees – Facilities Maintenance, Greening Your Church, Mental Health, Discipleship, Statistical Reporting, Hospice Care, Apportionments and worship, Community Engagement. 

Registration Fee: $15 per person or $60 per church (maximum regardless of how many attend) Registration Fee includes lunch and snacks! Registration deadline is Jan. 23.

This event is planned to allow all participants access to all activities.

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