Fall Learning Event October 26-27
Grounding our Love: Theological Reflection and Moral Action
What scripture grounds your ministry?
What scripture grounds your church’s ministry?
During this learning event, ministers and lay leaders will be invited to dig into how our theological understandings shape our individual and communal moral actions. We’ll examine various ways to deepen the connection between faith and action in our congregations. Engaging resources from the Poor People’s Campaign, we’ll explore the connections between the Poor People’s Campaigns, theology, and faith communities.
Rev. Beth DuBois is a Presbyterian pastor who serves the SouthValley Presbyterian Church in Syracuse. In the course of her ministry in Syracuse, she has had the opportunity to work with several denominations (UCC, UMC, ELCA) and non-profits (L’Arche Syracuse, Interfaith Works and Community Wide Dialogue to End Racism). She is a Princeton Theological Seminary graduate and lifelong learner. She is currently working as a Mission Developer with Appleseed Outreach, as well as continuing her work with SouthValley Presbyterian Church.
Check in is at 4 pm (the event begins with dinner)
Shared Double: $115 Single Room: $165 Commuter Rate: $70
Financial Aid is available
Registration deadline is October 11
Watch for: WebConferenced Winter Learning Event February 2 from 9:00 am-3:00 pm