Looking Like Your Neighborhood

Saturday July 15, 2017

10:00am – 3:00pm

St Andrew UMC in Southwest Little Rock

$15 Registration includes Lunch

Discount for Team Registration!

 


REGISTER YOUR TEAM

Register

$15 Registration includes Lunch

Discount for Team Registration ($10 per person for teams of four or more)

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PREPARE FOR THE WORKSHOP

Have someone on your congregational team prepare and bring copies of your Missioninsite demographic report for your congregation’s mission field:

  1. The Missioninsite webpage is http://missioninsite.com/.
  2. Click on “Registration” in the Client Center (top right corner) and it will take you through the process for registering for an account.
  3. At some point it will ask you for the conference code.  The conference code is 1xiv8.
  4. Please use the Report Wizard (under “Tools” to the upper left) to choose and print your ExecutiveInsite Report for a 3-mile radius (please adapt study size as needed for your mission field).  If you are having difficulty, call your district office.
  5. Bring this enough copies to the workshop for everyone on your congregational team.

 


PRESENTER

The Rev. Dr. Jacqui King  serves as the Director of Leadership for Congregational Vitality at Discipleship Ministries of The United Methodist Church.  She develops leadership resources for local congregations, engages network groups in new processes that implement core strategies for increasing congregational vitality, designs, and promotes online learning through webinars.  Active design team member for School of Congregational Development (SCD) and various networks including Rt. 122, University Church Network, BMCR, Black Clergywomen and Black Staff Association.  This leadership presenter has taught in every US jurisdiction for Lay Servant events, led district / conference workshops, coached for congregational visioning projects, and explored new ways to increase vitality by expanding community building practices of meeting needs, studying, serving others, and prayer-walking.   As an elder ordained in the Texas Annual Conference, she became a pioneer for connecting technology and faith community building by launching an online experience in 2007.  Also, she is a trained Interim Ministry Specialist and a Professional Coach Training Graduate.  This well-spoken preacher completed her Doctor of Ministry degree at Drew University in 2012 with a focus on global leadership development.  Her dissertation was “Hear2Heal:  Embrace a New Vision.”


WORKSHOP GOALS

  • Live into Bishop’s Mission Plans Next Step 5 (Look Like Your Neighborhood) and Next Step 6 (Grow By One)
  • Imagine your congregation looking like your neighborhood as a joyful God-opportunity
  • Getting out to the community
  • Begin a plan for a new community outreach ministry
  • Learn how to use MissionInsite Demographics to its full capacity as a tool for outreach ministry
  • Pray for our mission and the people of our mission field

 


LOCATION

St. Andrew UMC has formed community through a variety of ways, including being a neighborhood hub and through ministries with the Hispanic community.  The leadership team’s story of neighborhood ministry was featured at the Grow By One Summit in 2016.  St. Andrew is excited to continue its partnership with the Center for Vitality to equip more congregations to connect to their neighborhoods.

St Andrew United Methodist Church

4600 Baseline Rd

Little Rock, AR 72209

 

"Creating vital congregations that make disciples of Jesus Christ,who make disciples equipped to transform lives, communities and the world."

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