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Saturday, January 7, 2012
March 19 - 21, 2012
Nurturing Wholeness In Community – Level 1
An introductory racial inclusiveness seminar experience for clergy and laity at Pecometh Camp and Retreat Center, Centreville, MD.
CLICK HERE to print the brochure! Please print copies for leaders in your church!
(PLEASE NOTE: This is an acceptable and approved substitute for the Healing the Wounds curriculum, approved by Bishop Johnson, the cabinet and the Committee on Religion and Race.)
Recommended Reading: Please read before attending the seminar - Inclusion: Making Room For Grace, by Eric F. Law.
Benefits of the Seminar
- The opportunity for significant personal learning and growth.
- Biblical and Theological reflection on matters of racism and inclusiveness.
- Increased understanding between various racial/ethnic groups.
- Information about resources for further reading, study and anti-racism advocacy.
REGISTRATION FEE: $250.00 per person (includes):
· 2 nights at Retreat Center
· Lunch and Dinner— first day
· Breakfast, lunch, dinner—2nd day
· Breakfast and lunch—3rd day
· Miscellaneous items
Commuters: $100.00 per person
· Attendance at all meals & sessions required.
Make checks payable to: Peninsula-Delaware Conference
Mail checks & Registration Forms to: Peninsula-Delaware Conference, Attention: Christine Paulino, 139 N. State St., Dover, DE. 19901.
Two Continuing Education Units will be available for those requesting them.
Seminar will be held at Pecometh River Retreat Center, 136 Bookers Wharf Road, Centreville, MD 21617 (new and comfortable hotel-like accommodations).