Roger Nishioka

By October 20, 2010Uncategorized

The Synod of Southwestern Ontario will be meeting on September 26th -27th in Niagara Falls.  We are fortunate to have Roger Nishioka as our speaker to inspire and challenge us over those two days.  Spencer Edwards (the Synod’s Youth Consultant) has organized a special evening with Roger after Synod for anyone who is interested.  Looks like a great night! 

Greetings!

Rodger Nishioka has kindly agreed to stick around after Synod to speak to us on the topic of “emerging adults” (those from ages 18 to 29) and the church.

The details follow:

Wednesday, October 27

7:30 – 9 PM

Central Presbyterian Church
165 Charlton Avenue West, Hamilton, Ontario (Corner of Charlton and Caroline)
Directions: www.centralchurchhamilton.on.ca/contactus.htm

Cost $10

All proceeds will go to support the Ecumenical Chaplaincy at McMaster University and the work of the Rev. Dr. Carol Wood and the McMaster Campus Ministries Council.

Refreshments will be provided.

Questions?
Please contact Spencer Edwards, Synod Youth Consultant 1-888-496-8842 or [email protected]

Rodger Nishioka holds the Benton Family chair in Christian education at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA. While he teaches in the area of Christian education and practical theology, he specializes in ministry with youth and young adults and is currently involved in a research project comparing the participation of young adults in mainline Protestant congregations and non-denominational independent Christian movements. Prior to his joining the faculty at Columbia, Nishioka served for 12 years as denominational staff in youth & young adult ministry for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).