Connecting Generations

PCBA Spring Conference 2015

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Saturday, June 6, 2015
Registration 8:30 AM
Program & Hosted Lunch 9:15 AM to 1:30 PM

First Baptist Church of Alameda
1515 Santa Clara Avenue, Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 522-9243

Keynote

Rev. Dr. Joe DeRoulhacConnecting Generations:
Some Helpful Considerations

Rev. Dr. Joe DeRoulhac
First Baptist Church of Redlands, California

Exploring how generational issues fit into the larger story of a church’s ministry

Opening Worship

led by The Rev. Dr. Nancy Hall


 

Workshops

Rev. Dr. Joe DeRoulhac1A and (repeated) 2E: Story of One Church – FBC Redlands

The Rev. Dr. Joe DeRoulhac, First Baptist Church, Redlands
This workshop will draw from the experience of the First Baptist Church of Redlands, to explore how generational issues fit into the larger story of a church’s mission and minis-try from a theological, missional, but most of all, practical perspective.

Rev. Linda Bergeon1B: Church Health and the Body of Christ

The Rev. Linda Bergeon, First Baptist Church, Alameda
Exploring the relationship between good communication skills, conflict, anxiety, and differences

Rev. Allison Tanner1C: Cultivating Relationships Across Generations

The Rev. Dr. Allison Tanner, Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church, Oakland
Society pressures generations to differentiate from one another, but there is great beauty in relationships across generations. This workshop will highlight ways each generation can befriend and benefit from relating to one another

Rev. Brian Hunter1D: Intergenerational Worship

The Rev. Brian Hunter, Mt Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Berkeley
Practical insights to help us connect all generations for a life-changing worship experience.

Rev. Sandra Lee2F: The Gift of Archetypes

Ms. Sandra Lee, Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church, Oakland
The Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicators (PMAI) help identify the stories active in your life or the life of a congregation: Who are they? What are their gifts? How do they con-sciously or unconsciously continue to live out that story? Come and learn about the twelve different archetypes (including the Orphan, the Sage, and the Magician) and learn a new way to appreciate your congregation’s stories and gifts.

Rev. Dr. Gerald Mann2G: You Are Now and the Future

The Rev. Dr. Gerald Mann, Sunset Ministry, San Francisco
This workshop is designed to help youth and young adults understand their leadership abilities and how to integrate them into the larger body of Christ. It will also give some hints as to how those in leadership can interface with, share vision with, and receive the contributions of younger leaders.

Rev. Katie Choy-Wong2H: Ohana: Being the Family of God

The Rev. Katie Choy-Wong, New Life Christian Fellowship, Castro Valley
Exploring how churches can bring diverse generations and cultures together in common mission. Exploring underlying assumptions, ideas, and suggestions for intergenerational and intercultural ministries within a local church.


 

Registration

 

 

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