It's a time to reconnect and to recharge while hearing Christian voices from around the world.
The ecclesial landscape of the United States is shifting and the voices of Christians from around the world can be heard not only in far away lands but also in our own backyards. Whether you are in Columbus, Georgia, or Chicago, Illinois, it is not hard to find vital worshipping communities of immigrant Christians. How have the major shifts of the last 30 years impacted the global Church? What are the implications and opportunities of these changes for local ministry?
Join us October 15-16 for McCormick Days, McCormick Seminary’s annual alum gathering, for fellowship, education, and inspiration on how to better partner with our neighboring immigrant congregations. Our featured faculty this year – Dr. David Daniels, Henry Winters Luce Professor of World Christianity, and Dr. David Esterline, director for McCormick'sInstitute for Cross-Cultural Theological Education – will host us as we consider how the seismic shifts in the global church are impacting the work of local ministry. See below for the program schedule.
October 15th, 2012 11:30 AM
October 16th, 2012 11:30 AM
McCormick Theological Seminary 5460 S. University Ave. Chicago, IL60615 United States