Register a team from your church and join us for this Day of Learning on creativity and innovation with Kenda Creasy Dean.
Come with an idea for ministry—or not (you’ll have one by the end of our day together)—and see where it goes!
Bring Your Team! We believe this Day of Learning will have the best impact when teams of clergy and laity attend together. Register 3 or more from your church by January 10 and receive a 20% discount on your total registration! We can’t wait for you to join us!
The Good News of Shipwreck:
What Does Church Look Like Now?
Presented by the Center for Leadership Excellence
with Kenda Creasy Dean
Tuesday, January 30, 2024, 9:30am – 3pm ET
Hayes Barton UMC (2209 Fairview Road, Raleigh)
$40 includes lunch
About Kenda Creasy Dean:
Kenda Creasy Dean is an ordained United Methodist pastor and the Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary, where she
works closely with the Institute for Youth Ministry and the Farminary. In 2013 she and Mark DeVries co-founded Ministry Incubators.
She is the author of numerous books on youth and the church, including Innovating for Love: Joining God’s Expedition through Christian Social Innovation, Almost Christian: What the Faith of Our Teenagers Is Telling the American Church, and The Godbearing Life: The Art of Soul-Tending in Youth Ministry, co-authored with Ron Foster, which just came out in its 25th anniversary edition, rewritten with (millennial) Megan DeWald.
A graduate of Miami University (Ohio), Wesley Theological Seminary (Washington, DC), and Princeton Theological Seminary (New Jersey), Kenda has served churches in Arlington, VA, College Park, MD, and Kingston, NJ. She and her husband, Kevin, love digging their toes in the sand on the Jersey shore and hanging out with their hilarious grown kids.