Are you looking for ways to share your skills, find a deeper purpose, explore new interests, or be more involved in your community?
The Louisiana Annual Conference is “rolling out” the first of a series of mission and disaster preparedness events to be held in our six districts. Connecting Neighbors, Churches and Volunteers, slated for March 17-18 at St. Timothy on the North Shore UMC in Mandeville.
This event will serve as the new standard for learning how churches and members can be prepared in case of a disaster, how to reach out to others in a disaster and how to lead or participate in local, national or international missions.
Audrey Phelps, Director of Volunteers in Mission & Disaster Response for the South Central Jurisdiction will be with us. Her focus has been to educate those called to ministry through mission service in the ways they can effectively answer that call. She is passionate about assisting people in discerning their call to service and connecting them in missional partnerships that are healthy, mutually supportive, and committed.
Who is this for and why should you attend?
As you look at the courses below, please take a moment and let us know which of the course offerings you are most interested in.