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Road to GC2020 Conversations - Two New Locations Added

Posted: January 28 2020 at 11:25 AM

General Conference 2020 (GC2020) will be here before we know it—and we know many throughout the NIC have questions. Gather to learn and discuss the issues leading up GC2020 in Minneapolis May 5-15. Two new conversations in Sycamore and Dolton have been added since the initial announcement.

Dates:

Sunday, Feb. 2 @ 3-5pm: River Forest UMC, 7970 Lake St., River Forest

Thursday, Feb. 13 @ 3-5pm: Woodridge UMC, 2700 75th St., Woodridge

Thursday Feb. 13 @ 7-9pm: Schaumburg: Our Saviour’s, 701 E. Schaumburg Rd., Schaumburg

Sunday, Feb. 16 @ 3-5pm: Rockford: Christ, 4509 Highcrest Rd., Rockford

NEW Sunday, Feb. 16 @ 7-9pm: Sycamore UMC, 160 Johnson Ave., Sycamore

NEW Saturday, Mar. 7 @ 10am-Noon: Dolton: Faith UMC, 15015 Grant St., Dolton

Conversations are open to members of all NIC churches—you do not have to attend a conversation within your district. These conversations are co-hosted by the NIC Exploration Team and the Delegation along with the Cabinet. For your reference, please click here to review the Identity and Covenant statements presented by the Exploration Team at the Nov. 16 Special Session.

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