Relational Connectedness

As a Conference, we are committed to doing life in connection with one another. From this belief, Theology in Community was born. This is an annual opportunity for each of us to engage in thoughtful, Biblically-informed, and artfully-facilitated conversation around theological issues of our day. Each issue is curated by a team of practitioners committed to drawing out our thoughts, beliefs, and traditions. We hold each issue in the light of Scripture, orthodox Christian practice, and the illuminating presence of the Spirit of the Living God. We desire to increase our knowledge and understanding, raising the bar of conversation around each topic. We get to work out our Theology in Community.

Women in Ministry

This year we grapple with the Biblical role of women in ministry. In Christendom around us, we observe female and male Christ-followers preaching, teaching, church planting, and leading at all levels of the church. How has the Church historically dealt with this issue? How are we to walk faithfully forward in our day, context, and culture? What does the Bible say about this? Where is the ‘wind of the Spirit’ blowing? Our goal is to walk in peace and unity, faithfully and obediently following our Lord.  

Theology in Community is a place to ask these questions and more. Theology in Community is a place where we see our relational system at work. Theology in Community is a place where we learn together, grow together, and a place we come to be together. 

Two identical cohorts are being offered. Choose the time that works best for you.

Tuesday Evenings at 7 pm on Zoom

April 6, April 20, May 4, and May 18

Thursday Mornings at 9 or 10 am on Zoom

April 8 at 10 am, April 22 at 9 am, May 6 at 9 am,
and May 20 at 10 am

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