Mountain Sky Inclusiveness III Conference

This one-day event is designed to encourage dialogue among United Methodists on how to attain Christian unity without sacrificing God's inclusive love in Jesus Christ for all people.  

The conference will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, 2019 at St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. It will highlight keynote speakers Bishop Karen Oliveto,  Rev. Mark Holland and Rev. Dr. Joretta Marshall and offer "focused conversations" on topics such as 2020 General Conference, developments in the Western Jurisdiction, church schism,  reconciling congregations and more. 

Conference cost is $25 per person and includes lunch. 

Sponsored by Mountain Sky Conference & the United Methodist Association of Retired Clergy & Friends
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Multiple focused conversations will be offered. All will be available twice, please choose a session for morning and afternoon.  

Focused conversations – Morning Session

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Exploring Various Plans Coming Before 2020 General Conference Mark Holland & others will focus on four major plans addressing the future of United Methodism.
Staying Focused When The Vision Is Blurred. Joretta Marshall will share how to be both resistant and resilient.
The West and the Rest: What Shall We Do? Who Will We Be in the Western Jurisdiction? Mountain Sky leaders will update about developments in the Western Jurisdiction.
What is Happening in our Congregations? Specific Strategies and Plans from Three Congregations: Urban, Suburban, & Town & Country.
Congregations Dealing with the Stress and Storm of Schism Lay leaders and clergy report on how they are coping with current challenges of disunity and uncertainty.
Helping People Deal with the "Clobber Passages" in the Bible Harvey Martz explores understanding and interpreting Scriptures dealing with same gender relationships.
New Reasons For Reconciling Congregations How to become part of the world-wide reconciling movement toward inclusiveness.
Focused conversations - Afternoon Session

Please indicate your choice for the afternoon session.

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Exploring Various Plans Coming Before 2020 General Conference Mark Holland & others will focus on four major plans addressing the future of United Methodism.
Staying Focused When The Vision Is Blurred. Joretta Marshall will share how to be both resistant and resilient.
The West and the Rest: What Shall We Do? Who Will We Be in the Western Jurisdiction? Mountain Sky leaders will update about developments in the Western Jurisdiction.
What is Happening in our Congregations? Specific Strategies and Plans from Three Congregations: Urban, Suburban, & Town & Country.
Congregations Dealing with the Stress and Storm of Schism Lay leaders and clergy report on how they are coping with current challenges of disunity and uncertainty.
Helping People Deal with the "Clobber Passages" in the Bible Harvey Martz explores understanding and interpreting Scriptures dealing with same gender relationships.
New Reasons For Reconciling Congregations How to become part of the world-wide reconciling movement toward inclusiveness.
*Registration fee ($25)

Registrations canceled by Nov. 29 will be eligible for a full refund. Due to commitments for meal counts, refunds will not be available after that date.

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