Chicago Invitation Gathering May 30 2019
Register using this form for the Chicago Invitation Gathering on May 30, 2019: Shouting Across the Divide? Synodical Dialogue in the RCA

The word ‘synod’ means together on the way, but general synods in recent years have felt anything but. On May 30, the Chicago Invitation will host a conversation about the myriad ways the RCA engages in conversation. How can we learn from our successes and failure to communicate? What options do we see moving forward? Are we just shouting across the divide, or are we truly together on the way?

This will be a unique event for the Chicago Invitation as it will take place in two locations: Western Theological Seminary and New Brunswick Theological Seminary, with presenters in both locations connected by an internet video-link so that both sites can fully engage.

When: 10 AM to 4 PM
Where: Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan)
New Brunswick Theological Seminary (New Brunswick, New Jersey)

Confirmed Presenters
Lynn Japinga, Professor of Religion at Hope College
Monica Schaap Pierce, RCA Ecumenical Associate
Emily Janssen, StoryCorps
Lisa Tice, Air Force Chaplain

Registration fee: $75 per person
Students may attend for free!
Once you have completed this form, please confirm your registration by sending a check made out to "Holland Classis" with "Chicago Invitation" in the memo line. Mail to:
Attn: MaryLynn Redder, treasurer
Holland Classis
2586 Floral Drive
Zeeland, MI 49464

Registration fees include the cost of lunch and help to pay travel costs for presenters. Thank you for generously supporting Chicago Invitation by paying this fee!

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