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UMC of the Resurrection's Leadership Institute 2020 (Online)
When
Thursday, September 24, 2020 to Friday, September 25, 2020

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Where
Church of the Resurrection
13720 Roe
Leawood, KS 66224

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Phone
913-232-4139

Email
kari.burgess@cor.org

Contact
Kari Burgess

Registration is now open for United Methodist Church of the Resurrection's Leadership Institute 2020, held online September 24-25.

The online format is packed with relevant and actionable leadership development content through a live-streamed event, plus on-demand bonus material spanning across all ministry areas.

Individual tickets are $49 through September 1.

The conference features:
  • 4 General Sessions on Thursday, 9/24 led by nationally known speakers uniquely positioned to address the extraordinary issues church leaders are facing in 2020 and beyond, including Founder of Harvard’s Center for Public Leadership, Ron Heifetz; Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, The Most Reverend Michael Curry; and Senior Pastor of Church of the Resurrection, Adam Hamilton.
  • 2 Breakout Sessions on Friday, with 6 topics to choose from at each session, followed by Live Q & A with the presenter(s). Sessions led by both Resurrection staff and guest presenters.
  • PLUS...a library of on-demand workshops covering a wide variety of ministry specific topics, all with tangible takeaways for church leaders to implement in their own setting.
  • All the Live sessions and the on-demand workshop library will be available exclusively to Leadership Institute participants for 1 year.
The conference also features a variety of ways for participants to connect with each other, including chat rooms for focused discussions and the ability to set “meet-ups” with colleagues.

Details and registration can be found at li.cor.org. Early Bird price of $49 is available through September 1. For questions, contact the ShareChurch Team at sharechurchconferences@cor.org or 913-232-4139.

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