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Rainbow Covenant Lunch

Location: Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center, 1551 N. Thoreau Dr., Schaumburg, IL

David Scott

David Scott

The Conference Board of Global Ministries is holding their Rainbow Covenant Luncheon on Monday, June 3 during the Annual Conference Session at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center. 

The guest speaker for the event is Dr. David Scott, Director of Mission Theology at the General Board of Global Ministries. Dr. Scott serves as the staff member responsible for the 200th anniversary celebration of the founding of the first Methodist mission society in the United States. He is the author of the new book Crossing Boundaries: Sharing God’s Good News through Mission as well as Mission as Globalization: Methodists in Southeast Asia at the Turn of the 20th Century.

You need not be a member of Annual Conference to join us for this meaningful presentation. This luncheon is open to anyone who wishes to attend, but you must register by clicking here and scrolling all the way to the bottom for the Guest Registration option, where you can simply pay for the lunch rather than register for the entire conference. Please click here for complete directions. 

Register today
Registration closes at midnight May 19.

On Tuesday, June 4, Dr. Scott will be a plenary speaker during the conference as part of our Global Ministries Celebration. Anyone may come to hear his presentation which will be in the afternoon following the lunch break that day (approximately 1:30 pm).

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