Today in Greensboro – Friday, July 5. The day’s events at the Church of the Brethren Annual Conference in Greensboro, N.C., in brief.
We have put our hearts on the table: Compelling vision conversation deepens. A “view from the table” by Frances Townsend
In election results, the Annual Conference chose David Sollenberger as moderator-elect after nominations from the floor forced a run-off election for moderator-elect and Mission and Ministry Board Area 4.
A review of the 2nd day of the 2019 Annual Conference of the Church of the Brethren. Today in Greensboro – Thursday, July 4
The Holy Spirit is loose in the room: Compelling vision conversations begin – a “view from the table” by Frances Townsend
Today the 2019 Annual Conference officially began with evening worship led by moderator Donita Keister. Find a review of the day on this page.
Standing Committee has approved a revision of the appeal process during its pre-Annual Conference meetings in Greensboro, N.C. The group of delegates from the 24 Church of the Brethren districts met June 30-July 3, presided over by Conference moderator Donita J. Keister, moderator-elect Paul Mundey, and secretary James M. Beckwith.
Brethren are gathering in Greensboro for the Annual Conference to begin tomorrow, but lots has already gone on this week!
The 2019 Annual Conference of the Church of the Brethren takes place next week July 3-7 in Greensboro, N.C. Presiding will be moderator Donita Keister, moderator-elect Paul Mundey, and Conference secretary James Beckwith. Keister preaches for opening worship Wednesday evening. Pre-Conference meetings include the Ministers’ Association annual continuing education event and the Standing Committee meetings
As we gather in Greensboro, N.C., during Annual Conference to “Proclaim Christ, Reclaim Passion,” business sessions will feel different to Conference-goers. Worship, Bible study, and conversations designed to help us discern God’s call for us as the body of Christ will be the focus of the business agenda at the 2019 Annual Conference.