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LIFEHouse will be hosting the national Stephen Ministries team for their California Introductory Workshop on September 19th, 9-1 p.m. Here is information on the event.

 

Experience a Sample of Stephen Minister Training and Learn How Your Church Can Begin Stephen Ministry

 

 

Stephen Ministry Introductory Workshops are half-day events where you and others from your congregation can:

catch a vision for lay caring ministry;

experience a sample of Stephen Minister training; and

learn the basics about Stephen Ministry—how it works, the benefits it offers, and how to bring Stephen Ministry to your congregation.

You’ll come away with a clear understanding of the difference Stephen Ministry makes and a vision for getting it started in your congregation.

Attending one of these workshops is not mandatory for beginning Stephen Ministry—but they are an excellent way to get your questions answered and learn what Stephen Ministry is all about.

Three Engaging Sessions

Each workshop has three sessions:

SESSION 1: Ministering to Those Experiencing Grief

Sample the quality of Stephen Minister training firsthand
Develop grief ministry skills you can put to use right away

 

SESSION 2: An Introduction to Stephen Ministry

Explore the life-changing value of this ministry
Discover how to bring Stephen Ministry to your congregation

 

SESSION 3: How to Care in a Distinctively Christian Way

Learn to integrate faith into everyday caring and relating
Experience the Christ-centered nature of Stephen Ministry

 

Who Should Attend?

Each participant receives an informative packet of materials. Every congregation receives a set of DVDs with inspiring videos to build support for beginning Stephen Ministry.

Pastors and church staff
Lay leaders and decision makers
Caregivers and caregiving teams

This event is free for LIFEhouse folks.

For others there is small fee of:

$15 per person or $50 for a group of four or more from your congregation or organization

You may register here.

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