August Symposium Topic:
Biblical Foundations of Discipleship
Explore Scripture to Learn What Discipleship Means
Watch this invitation from Bishop Hobby
Saturday, August 26, 2017 - 8:30am-3:00pm
Trinity School for Ministry - Commons Room
311 11th St.
Ambridge, PA 15003
Free Parking is available on 11th St behind the Academic Building.
Discipleship is a word used a lot in Christian circles. But, if we're really honest, do we know what that means? What Jesus meant when he said it? What that looks like in our lives today?
Join fellow Pittsburgh Anglicans in the first of 3 discipleship symposiums. We'll come together as peers to share and answer these questions ourselves using Luke and Acts as a foundation.
To prepare for our time, please read the books of Luke and Acts.
Registration includes a continental breakfast, lunch, coffee/tea and take-home resources.
Here are some resources to help you promote the Symposium to your congregations and friends
Upcoming Discipleship Symposiums
This Symposium is the first of three similar events designed to help members of the Diocese develop deeper meanings and patterns of discipleship. The next events in the series are:
- Jan. 20 - "Cultural Engagement in the Process of Making Disciples"
- May 5 - "Patterns of Making Disciples"
The cost to attend any of the Symposiums is $15, but you may register for all 3 for $35.