2017 Impact Detroit!
Date: Friday, April 28 – Saturday, April 29
Place: First Covenant Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Address: 1933 Tremont Blvd NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
If you are planning to attend, please register ASAP.
Is your church a healthy missional church? Are you a healthy missional pastor? Whether your church is in the congregational Vitality Pathway, considering the Pathway, or you as the pastor are wondering what the Pathway is all about, join us for the GLC Congregational Vitality Workshop. John Weinrich will be hosting us for a one day conference the Thursday before the GLC Annual Meeting, April 27, from 12pm - 5pm. This is a free experience with lunch and dinner provided, all you need to do is RSVP to the GLC office. (734-451-4670 or firstname.lastname@example.org) If you have any questions feel free to contact Chad Benkert at Chad@FedCovChurch.org or Mike Przybylski at email@example.com.
Impact Detroit, which takes place June 20-22, 2017 in Detroit MI, is a pre-Gather mission opportunity designed around the 5 priorities of the ECC. Together, the Detroit Metro churches have taken each of the 5 priorities and have created an impactful combination of workshops and hands-on experiences. The hope is for Covenant churches across the country to partner with the Detroit churches to make a positive impact on the city of Detroit and that participants would go back to positively impact their home churches.
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Before starting the group, Teré was challenged by a friend who after multiple conversations regarding race, asked her if she was praying for racial reconciliation in our country. Her guilty answer was "no." God used that answer to convict her about her lack of concern for people that He cares about. She determined to pray about this issue and educate herself. She learned about things like ‘Systematic Racism’, ‘Implicit Bias’, and ‘White Privilege’. Teré said, “I am a white woman who grew up in a white...
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Junior Camp (grades 6-8) - July 9-14
- Bible teacher/speaker
- counselors (19 or older preferred)