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Still time to register! REBOOT Sunday School and BIRTH Cross+Gen Ministry – THIS Saturday

Reboot and Birth

Take your congregation’s ministry to the next level with this special, one-of-a-kind event this Saturday, March 11 – sponsored and provided to you by SEPA Synod and LTSP!

Lose-Melheim-stackHave you seen decline in your congregation’s Sunday School, Youth Ministry, or Faith Formation ministries? Do you wonder why your families don’t prioritize church over other activities, or don’t seem to know the Bible stories like they used to? Do you wish there was something that you could do as a church to fix this? If so, don’t miss the biggest Faith Formation event of the year in Southeastern Pennsylvania  open to as many of your congregation’s leaders as would like to attend! 

This is the perfect event for Pastors, Sunday School Directors, Youth Leaders, Sunday School Teachers – and anyone else from your church who cares about how we are forming faith from generation to generation! Join the Rev. Dr. David Lose, president of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, and the Rev. Dr. Rich Melheim, pioneer of the Faith Inkubators Confirmation program and the Cross+Gen Ministry movement, for a day of teaching, training, and hands-on engagement of the future of faith formation in the church!

Saturday, March 11, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at LTSP’s Brossman Center. Registration is just $10, and lunch is available for an additional $10. Register here:

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