ONEday is for everyone – both clergy and laity – who wants to grow and see their church grow in love and kingdom effectiveness.
We will worship together in the presence of Almighty God, hear from four amazing keynote speakers, and have multiple breakout sessions which will address vital ministry areas. Our prayer is that you will be inspired and refreshed by great teaching that is practical, and “doable” regardless of the size of the church you are a part of.
The cost for the entire day is just $19.00, and that includes your materials, lunch and snacks. There will also be an “early bird” discount (for those who register between May 14 and June 29), and with every 4 registrations from the same church, 1 additional registration will be free (email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your free participant).
Also, the first 50 people to register will receive a FREE copy of Kevin Watson’s book, “The Class Meeting: Reclaiming a Forgotten (and Essential) Small Group Experience.”
Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 7th (9:00AM to 4:00PM), a day you will not want to miss! Register today as seating is limited!
ONEday CAN CHANGE EVERYTHING!
When registering, you will have an opportunity to sign up for a breakout session.
Descriptions of these sessions are available below.
Assimilation is the beginning of the discipleship process. And this process starts the moment someone pulls onto your campus and ends only when that person becomes fully connected, active, and engaged with the people and ministries that drive your church.
Our family ministry team will discuss ways in which we utilize a crossover approach to partner with families. We will share why we believe working together as a team strengthens the impact we can have on families to foster and support a spirit of discipleship in the home.
Our vision for being a “give it away” church has been transformative for our congregation.
We will share with you a few of the changes we put into place that made all the difference in the world for CUMC!
How can you make sure everyone receives the touch of Christ when they are going through difficult times? This breakout will focus on the utilization of the laity in visitation (homes, hospitals, care facilities).
20 years ago there were a little more than 200 people in worship. This past Easter there were a little less than 3000. What God has done in “Little ‘ol Chapin” is so very special! Could God do something similar (even greater) where you are? Absolutely!