Ignite the Spark: A Three Year Cycle of Workshops Aimed at Initiating Congregational Renewal
Like humans, churches have life cycles. It is a natural process, but it can be a scary thing when membership plateaus and attendance begins to decline. Recognizing the causes will help in deciding on a course of action. The Presbyteries of de Cristo and Grand Canyon have received a grant to aid in helping congregations to begin and continue a transformational way of life. Transformation is the process of intentionally moving into a new reality and way of being that helps congregations envision what God is calling them to be for their community and for the Kingdom of God. All churches are in some state of being transformed and presbyteries must have resources available to assist them.

This workshop is free to pastors and congregational leaders (limit 3 ruling elders per church) and available on a first-come, first served basis. Registration includes a meal, workshop registration and hotel for anyone travelling over 50 miles to attend.

November 3 Registration
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Zach Yentzer: Ministry to (and with) Millennials
Zach, a Millennial, a Tucson native and a PK, is the founder and principal of 100 Cities Ministry and author Creative: Designing Churches that Engage Generations Together. Zach believes churches can move toward becoming more intergenerational, creative and impactful through establishing relationships of “mutual mentoring” across generations. Zach’s workshop will describe the three-part framework that churches need to build to create the kind of environment that such relationships can, may and will happen.
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