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Relational and Ecumenical Ministry…Seeking Authentic Connection

The Center for Leadership Excellence, in partnership with the Christian Unity & Interreligious Relationships (CUIR) committee, presents…

September 27 @ 10:30 am 1:30 pm

300 Harper Ave
Carolina Beach, NC 28428 United States
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$10 (includes lunch)

About the Day:

Sometimes it takes a little nudge to reach out to a neighbor and start to build a relationship. The NC Conference CUIR committee and Center for Leadership Excellence seek to encourage church leaders to develop intentional ecumenical partnerships and Pan Methodist connections. We will spend time listening to pastors who have developed friendships with one another over time. They will share how they have worked through challenges and differences across race, culture, and denomination. Most importantly, we will hear about moments when God showed up. 

This event will be a mixture of presentation and Q&A, followed by lunchtime table discussions with others who aim for the same goals. Explore the possibilities of ecumenical connections and the benefits of working across differences. CUIR hopes you will leave inspired to form meaningful partnerships and friendships with other congregations so that you can serve alongside one another in ministry and mission.  

Our Presenters:

  • The Rev. Julian Pridgen (AMEZ) and the Rev. Matt Evans (UMC) will talk about Greater Heights UMC/AMEZ church becoming a Union Church.
  • The Rev. LuAnn Charlton (UMC) and the Rev. Allen Waller (Episcopal) will share about the evolution and growth of their ecumenical clergy covenant group.
  • The Rev. Jermaine Armour (AMEZ) and the Rev. Beth Hood (UMC) will share about the seasons of leadership change throughout their church partnership.

Registration Deadline: Friday, September 23*

*If you miss the deadline and still want to attend, please reach out (cle@nccumc.org). We may not be able to provide lunch, but we should be able to accommodate late registrations.

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