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Come have fun as the BPC TreeHouse ministry hosts it’s second annual “Open Mic Night” on Friday, March 16th from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Burke Presbyterian Church.  This event is open to all and will include poetry, music, story telling, and more!  Refreshments will be served.  There is no admission fee but free will donations gratefully accepted in support of the Wounded Warrior Emergency Support Fund.  Burke Presbyterian Church is located at 5690 Oak Leather Dr., Burke, VA.  Visit www.BurkePresChurch.org or phone the office at 703-764-0456.

Family Circles: Ministry Around the Dinner Table: This workshop looks at creating intentional time for families to gather together at home in support of mutual spiritual growth. Explore and experience what regularly sharing meals, playing together, talking about and reflecting on Bible stories, and praying together could look like in your setting and how it can help families grow closer to God. Co-sponsors: The SOURCE, Baltimore Presbytery.  Here for flyer.

Register now to attend Children, Youth, and a New Kind of Christianity (May 7-10, Calvary Baptist Church, Washington, DC), a grassroots conference about the spiritual formation of young people with progressive, emerging, missional faith communities. Among those coming together to generate new ideas and practices for new generations are Brian McLaren, John Westerhoff, Almeda Wright, Ivy Beckwith, Jeremiah Wright, Tony Campolo, Joyce Ann Mercer, Dori Baker, Shane Claiborne and Jim, Joy, Luke and Jack Wallis. In addition to keynote presentations, attendees will take in panels, over 20 additional presentations and engaging workshops. For more information or to register, visit the conference website at www.children-youth.com.

The Transforming Center is coming to the East Coast May 2012. A Transforming Community is a group of pastors and leaders who commit themselves to quarterly retreats over a two-year time frame for the purpose of experiencing deeper levels of transformation. For more information, go to http://www.transformingcenter.org/in/pdf/0366.e-TFC-2012-tc-fact-sheet.pdf.

 

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