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During these pandemic times, it's easy to feel hopeless. Join us for Sent Conference 2021 and hear stories of hope and resilience from peace church planters!
This invitation is extended to all those who feel sent into the world to be a kingdom presence. There is no limitations on age, education or professional background.
Sent Conference 2021 will be a virtual gathering, taking place over the course of two days, with two 90-minute sessions.
Thursday, April 22 from 7–8:30 p.m. EST
Katerina Friesen and members of Wild Church (Fresno, CA) will share about their young church community, which seeks reconciliation with God and creation through meeting outdoors in the tabernacle of creation!
Re-planting in the heartland: story of Beatrice Mennonite Church. As a little church in Nebraska, we have been a church in decline and we have felt stuck for a long time. So, what if we tried something new? What if we prayerfully considered all the things that make us a church, and asked, What are we willing to give up and change for the sake of sharing the love of Jesus with our neighbors?
Speakers: Katerina Friesen, pastor of Wild Church, and Tim Amor, pastor of Beatrice Mennonite Church
Friday, April 23 from 2:30–4 p.m. EST
Rev. Karen Sutherman and Gordon McDade will share about their peace church planting in Belfast, Northern Ireland. They use a community chaplaincy model that emphasizes being with people, meeting them where they are, and struggling together with questions about God and conflict with religious and political "others."
Speakers: Rev. Karen Sethurama and Gordon McDade, pastors and church planters of Soulspace
A Spanish interpretation will be offered.
Sponsored by Mennonite Mission Network.