Are you looking for ways to engage in the work of anti-racism? Are you having trouble finding the time or the right resources? Our 21 Week Challenge is just for you! The 21 Week Challenge is aimed at providing an accessible opportunity for congregational members to better understand systemic racism and to inspire local community engagement. Inspired by similar challenges across the country, this Challenge was developed by the YWCA Greater Cleveland. The Living Water Association is grateful to partner with the YWCA in hosting this Challenge.
Save the dates for theology: The Northeast Ohio School of Ministry (NEOSOM) will be offering two theology courses in the 2021 winter and spring terms: Introduction to Theology, taught by Dr. Steve Johnson (Monday evenings via Zoom, mid-January to mid-March), and Process Theology, taught by Dr. Gary Halstead (after Easter). Students wishing to enroll in Process Theology are expected to have taken Introduction to Theology first, so please reserve Monday evenings this winter for theology. Questions? Email Gene McAfee, dean of NEOSOM (email@example.com).
Healthy Practices for Ministry: Self-Care and Wellness
If you'd like to share information about an upcoming or past event sponsored or co-sponsored by a church in our Association, please send your article of 100 words or less in a paragraph by Tuesday noon to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be extravagantly welcoming by including the name, location, address, date, time and contact information of the event. Items will run for two consecutive weeks. Fliers may be sent in addition to the 100-word article and a link will be provided to the flier in the article or the flier can be used as the article.
Fliers should be less than 5MB and in Word or PDF format. Photos (which display above your article) may be sent in addition to the article.
Photos should be less than 5MB and in JPG or PNG format.