We are really excited about some of our wonderful events coming up this summer and fall at Henderson Settlement!
Friday, September 8 MountainTalk “New Ways of Doing Church” We will be bringing in a panel of successful pastors, church and community workers, and community developers from Tennessee, Virginia and Ohio to share with us about their “unconventional” church starts and community development projects in both urban and rural areas. This will be a great event both for clergy and lay persons who are interested in developing new ministries and outreaches, or innovating the ones you already have.
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Saturday, September 23 Henderson Settlement Fall Festival. We had a lot of fun with this event last year and we are looking forward to this year! More information coming soon!
Friday, October 27 MountainTalk Retired United Methodist Bishop Ken Carder will be joining us, along with several of his colleagues, to spend a day exploring what spirituality and theology look like when working with those who are dealing with dementia, Alzheimer’s and memory loss. This class will be important to anyone who has ministered with persons dealing with or worked with family members going through these issues.
For more information on these events, please contact Mike Feely at 606-337-3613 ext 320 or at email@example.com . CEU credits will be offered, and overnight lodging is available for a small extra cost. We will be sending out more information in the next couple of weeks on both events via our email and social media.
And keep in touch for more information on other great events!
MountainTalk – we just had a wonderful event with Steve Corbett of the Chalmers Center and Covenant College and co-author of the book When Helping Hurts. Steve and his wife Mary came over on June 24 and spent a day with us at Henderson Settlement.
Event for youth, college and young adult pastors and leaders – we are trying to put together a great weekend of inspirational speaking and great Christian music this fall and invite you to come up and be a part of it (and while you are here learn a little about Henderson Settlement!).
Stay tuned for more information!