Thursday, June 9, 2016
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Green Lake Conference Center
Successful organisms adapt to their changing environments; becoming sustainable in the process. North America is currently a high change environment for congregations. At the same time, our world is hungry for faith communities based on the love of God expressed through Jesus Christ. Congregations are living in the tension between the world’s needs and the church’s culture.
This learning experience will engage our context as we find it, considering how to shift ourselves so that we can adapt well. Participants will engage:
Mark Tidsworth is focused on the intersection of faith and culture. Starting Pinnacle Leadership Associates, Mark serves as its President. Mark and eight Pinnacle Associates provide coaching, consulting, and training to clergy, church staff, and congregations of various Christian denominations. Mark is a frequent speaker, conference and retreat leader, as well as leadership coach and consultant. Three books are the result of Mark’s writing so far: Shift: Three Big Moves For The 21st Century Church, Forty Days of Prayer, and Disciple Development Coaching. Mark is married, with three children, and lives in Columbia, SC, where Pinnacle is headquartered.
Pinnacle’s website: www.pinnaclelead.com
Thursday, June 9, at Green Lake Conference Center
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
$50.00 includes lunch
Registration deadline June 1
If you plan to stay overnight at Green Lake Conference Center you must call them for accommodations and meals. If you wish Thursday dinner and/or Friday breakfast, you must ask them for it specifically. Call Guest Services at 920-294-3323.
Questions? Call the Wisconsin Conference UCC: 608-846-7880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.