Better Questions, Bolder Experiments
July 26-28, 2017
Saint Paul, Minn.
Are we still doing Sunday morning just like it's 1950? In what ways have our worship, education and fellowship changed? How is the Holy Spirit forming community in our contexts in 2017? In the last century, Christian congregations in North America largely imagined their mission as attracting people to Sunday morning. Active Christians were imagined as those who show up. Congregations were taught to measure attendance and offerings. If you are ready to ask different questions than simply how to get people to come, Rethinking Church is for you.
- Tod Bolsinger joined Fuller Seminary in 2014 as vice president for vocation and formation and assistant professor of practical theology. He was ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA) in 1993.
- Elizabeth Drescher is a scholar, writer, and public speaker on religion in everyday life, and adjunct associate professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Santa Clara University.
- Mihee Kim-Kort is an ordained Presbyterian minister, agitator, speaker, writer, and slinger of hopeful stories about faith and church with degrees in divinity and theology from Princeton Theological Seminary and English Literature and Religious Studies from the University of Colorado in Boulder.
The full line-up of speakers will be available in early April.