Lay and Clergy Leadership Conference
Lay and Clergy Leadership
Saturday,October 8, 2016
9:00 am to 3:30 pm
(8:30 to 9am registration check-in)
St. Andrew's Church
300 Third Street
Parking is available across the street in the city lot.
Registration Fee:$20 per Person or $10 each for a team of four or more from the same congregation.
Lunch is included.
Holy Currencies is a holistic model for congregational vitality and stewardship, moving beyond "time, talent, and treasure" to create missional and sustainable ministries.
It enables church leaders to develop and utilize five kinds of currencies in addition to money that are essential for creating sustainable ministries that strengthen their internal relationships as well as connect with their neighborhoods.
Reviews of Holy Currencies by Eric Law
"Eric Law's latest book combines profound insight into God's economy of abundance with abundant practical advice to congregations on how to move from scarcity to gift. We all have assets-friendship, leadership authority, truthfulness, time and place, to name a few-which, if spent in mission, will yield new opportunities for sustainable ministry... A must read for Christians paralyzed in survival mode."
■ Thomas E. Breidenthal, Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio
"Holy Currencies will quickly become a key text in congregational vitality, stewardship, mission, and organizational development... At a time when many organizations and faith communities are looking at the hard questions of sustainability, Holy Currencies transforms the conversation and offers new hope."
■ Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook, Claremont School of Theology
Holy Currencies is based on the book of the same name by Eric H. F. Law, an Episcopal priest and founder of the Kaleidoscope Institute. We will be led by leaders from Kaleidoscope. For more than 20 years, Kaleidoscope has provided transformative training and resources for churches in all major denominations in the United States and Canada.
For more information...
Eric Law writes a weekly blog called The Sustainist: Spirituality for Sustainable Communities in a Networked World; at http://ehflaw.typepad.com/
A preview of the book is available at
For more information, contact the Office of Congregrations and Christian Formation 216-774-0476 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by the Office of Congregations and Christian Formation