CBF's ChurchWorks conference creates space each February for congregational ministers of education and spiritual formation to be equipped for the journey through creativity, community and worship. To teach the people of God, educators need a place to be equipped, to be inspired, and to be renewed.
ChurchWorks 2019 focuses on sharing the love of Christ by battling injustice, exclusion and marginalization in our communities. Hear from unique voices who are bearing witness to Jesus Christ in their communities and creating a true sense of belonging to God and to one another. Join your colleagues Feb. 25-27, 2019, at Third Baptist Church in St. Louis.
ChurchWorks 2019 Speakers
"Dispatch from White America" Rev. Joe Phelps, minister-at-large, Louisville, Ky.
"Everybody Has A Story That Needs to be Heard" Drs. Edem and Pamela Dzunu, co-founders, Baobab People, St. Louis, Mo.
"Environmental Stewardship for People of Faith" Sam Harrell, CBF Associate Coordinator of Global Missions, Atlanta, Ga.
"Semper Reformanda" Rev. Laura Ayala, Pastor, First Baptist Church of Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
"Me Too and the Church" Rev. Dr. Pam Durso, Executive Director, Baptist Women in Ministry, Atlanta, Ga.
ChurchWorks 2019 Sponsor/Exhibitor Information
coffee ($50), lunch ($250), and afternoon snacks ($100) on Monday & Tuesday.
A Wednesday coffee sponsorship ($50) is available as well.
Exhibitor-only packages are available for $75.
Click the link to register as a Sponsor or Exhibitor.
ChurchWorks matters because it is imperative that associates have safe, creative, intuitive space to think and grow around issues, questions and realities directly influencing and shaping their ministry and the church.
Molly Brummett Wudel, Co-Pastor, Emmaus Way Church (North Carolina) and Campus Minister at UNC Cooperative Baptist Student Fellowship