We are thrilled to announce that Rev. Theresa Cho will be our speaker this year!
As demographics change, churches need to change the ways they worship. Discover how your church can successfully experiment with worship as an intergenerational community.
1. Evaluate your current form of worship as well as continue assessment of changes to worship.
2. Explore what it means to worship intergenerationally and how it benefits the church.
3. Share resources and ideas for practical and innovative changes any church can implement.
Theresa Cho’s Biography:
Theresa grew up in Reno, Nevada and currently lives in San Francisco surrounded by water, fog, and the bustling noises of an urban city. Theresa graduated from McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago with awards in preaching and theology. Before coming to St. John’s Presbyterian Church in 2003, she completed a full-year chaplain residency program at UCSF Medical Center. Theresa loves to teach and has keynoted, preached, and led workshops at a variety of different conferences: youth, women leadership, peacemaking, and worship. Theresa has published articles and written blogs in Christian Century, Sojourners God’s Politics, Christians for Biblical Equality, ecclesio.com, the Presbyterian Leader, and other blog sites. She is well-known for the intergenerational resources on her blog “Still Waters.”
May 23, 2017, 10:30 – 3:00
Cost: $25.00 (includes lunch) – Location: MacDonald Lodge, Camp KintailRegister Now