Wednesday, July 11 and Thursday, July 12
Session I: 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM | Session II: 02:15 PM – 03:15 PM
12 Workshop Tracks*:
A Adults & Youth Workers*
B Bible, Faith & Spirit
C College & Vocational Call
D Dialogues & Forums
E eMagine: Technology & New Media
F Faith, Fit & Fun
G Global Movement
H History & Identity of UCC
I Imagine: Creative Arts
J Justice, Witness & Creation
K Kehila (keh-hee-LAH)/Community & Service (Hebrew)
Adult & Youth Workers - Network with adult colleagues & peers to exchange best practices and youth ministry resources.
Bible, Faith & Spirit - Connect with the spirit, explore your faith, engage the bible and get full on soul food.
College & Vocation - No longer a youth? What’s next for me in faith formation? Got a bug to explore ministry & service?
Dialogues & Forums - Large breakouts utilizing film, Q&A formats, the fine arts and more to explore the imagination.
eMagine - No matter your gadget, your technology is welcome here! Using technology as a sacred tool of worship.
Faith, Fit & Fun - Having a healthy body, mind and spirit is faith practice. How do I care for and love the whole me?
Global Movement - One church is a global church. Joining the movement of change I hope to see in the world.
Imagine: Creative Arts - Imaginatively using fine arts as tool of leadership formation, faith practice, team building and more!
Justice, Witness & Creation - Responding to God's commandments to do justice, seek peace and effect change for a better world.
Kehila (Community/Service) - A Hebrew term for community and service. Sign up for alternative service projects. Limited space.*
Leadership - The future is now! Peer-to-peer training and resources for and by Stillspeaking youth & young adults.
*Workshops will be held Wednesday, July 11 and Thursday, July 12 only. This includes service projects as alternative workshops.
*Track A “Adults & Youth Workers” is for adult chaperones and adult group leaders only.
*Alternative service projects have limited placement availability. Registration is required.
* Participants are invited to donate a book for the NYE Literacy Labyrinth, the official NYE2012 justice, service & faith outreach.