GETTING YOUR BEARINGS IN THE EVER SHIFTING CHURCH OF THE 21st CENTURY CAN BE TRICKY.

Final assessments and absolute pronouncements are
elusive as we experience constant reconfiguration.

PHYLLIS TICKLE, one of the keenest observers of Christianity in America brings clarity to where we currently stand and where we may be going as part of God's church.

This one-day conference invites us to join the investigation and conversation as 
open-minded explorers. Phyllis Tickle leads a discovery of fascinating insights into concerns, organizational patterns, theology, and the most pressing questions facing emergence Christianity.

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Tickle
is founding editor of the Religion Department of Publisher's Weekly, a frequent resource on religion in America for USA TodayChristian Science Monitor, and New York Times. She is author of The Great Emergence and Emergence Christianity and over two dozen additional books on religion and spirituality.

 


LOCATION

Cultural Life Center
Northeastern Seminary at Roberts Wesleyan College
2301 Westside Drive, Rochester, NY 14624 

INFORMATION
585.594.6420.nes.edu/church-renewal

Be sure to hear
Phyllis Tickle in person
before she wraps up
her public speaking tour 
 
 SCHEDULE
8:30 Registration
9:00 What Is Emergence and Where Did It Come from?
10:50 What Does Emergence Look Like Theologically?
12:15 Lunch
1:15 What Does Emergence Look Like Historically? Now? Through the Eye of the Future?
2:50 Why, Where, and How Does All This Matter?
4:15 Q&A
COST (Includes lunch)
Sessions for public: $75
Sessions for NES alumni: $65

Inquire about group rates for 6 or more
REGISTRATION
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