ChurchWorks 2019 will focus on the ways CBF congregations are working to improve our communities where injustice, exclusion, and marginalization continue to exist. By bearing witness to Jesus Christ, CBF congregations have the unique ability to create a true sense of belonging, both to God and to one another, which improves the overall health of our communities. Join colleagues at Third Baptist Church in St. Louis February 25-27, 2019 to learn with various leaders how they are focused on their community wellbeing.
ChurchWorks is a 3-day event for all practitioners of education and spiritual formation in the congregational setting. ChurchWorks creates space for renewal in ministry through practices of 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 will be held at Third Baptist Church in St. Louis, Missouri, February 25-27, 2019 and will focus on "Community Wellbeing." Registration opens October 15, 2018.
ChurchWorks 2019 Speakers
Dr. Edem Dzunu and Dr. Pamela Dzunu, co-founders, Baobab People, St. Louis, MO "Everybody Has A Story That Needs to be Heard"
Sam Harrell, Associate Coordinator of Global Missions, CBF, Atlanta, GA"Environmental Stewardship for People of Faith"
ChurchWorks 2019 Sponsor/Exhibitor Information
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