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Shift Workshop - Cancelled

Location: The Augsburg Room at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in American (ELCA) Churchwide Ministries Center 8765 W. Higgins Road, Chicago, Illinois 60631

Dec. 20 event Cancelled

Shift: Helping Congregations Back Into The Game of Effective Ministry by Phil Maynard

Worship: Event to Lifestyle

Are you doing things the same old way and getting the same old results? This training sponsored by the NIC Office of Congregational Development and Redevelopment on December 20 from 9:30 am – 3:30 pm will explore 5 key shifts congregations can make to become vital, effective, and fruitful.  Discover the tools and methods to move your congregation into healthy church systems that create a new way of doing life together. Learn how to make the shifts from:

· Fellowship to Hospitality

· Worship as an event to Worship as a Lifestyle

· Membership to Discipleship

· Serve Us to Service

· Survival Mentality to Generosity

Imagine the possibilities for your congregation

Registration Fee: $20 (lunch and workbook, per workshop)

Registration open soon.

Questions contact: Laura Lopez

312-346-9766 Ext. 724

Email: llopez@umcnic.org

Sponsored by the NIC Office of Congregational Development and Redevelopment

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