Photo by Cheryl Brumbaugh-Cayford
For more information, please contact:
Gimbiya Kettering, Intercultural Ministries Coordinator
The Great Multitude
a symposium bringing us together
25-27 October 2013
Skelton 4-H Center
We long to be a community of believers from all tribes, peoples, and languages who are continuing the work of Jesus in our communities, with all our neighbors, and around the world. Together we can be transformed by God’s spirit to become the intercultural “great multitude” as prophesized in Revelation 7:9.
Courtesy of Bittersweet Gospel Band
Join us for an intercultural experience of prayer, study of the theological basis for an ethnically diverse church, conversation about contemporary trends in intercultural ministry, fellowship with new people and neighbors in your region, and worship with the Bittersweet Gospel Band and one another. Speakers include Barbara Daté, Daniel D’Oleo, Dava Hensley, Gimbiya Kettering, Samuel Saripya, Jonathan Shively, and Dennis Webb.
Join Host Congregation, Roanoke First Church of the Brethren and Roanoke Renacer Fellowship, for Sunday Service at 2001 Carroll Ave, Ronoake, VA 24017.
Resident participants have hotel-style lodging (linens and towels provided) in shared-double rooms on site at the 4-H Skelton Center. All registrations include meals Friday dinner through Sunday brunch.
For more information or if you need financial assistance to attend, please contact Gimbiya Kettering of Intercultural Ministries at firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-429-4387.