Building Congregational Capacity for Hispanic Ministry (Level II Intensive)
CANCELED: June 7-11, 2020
This new Level II Intensive is designed for congregational leaders in those congregations where consideration is being given to starting Hispanic Ministry in their community. Teams from congregations are encouraged to attend. During this week teams will learn:
- To increase capacity for doing Hispanic ministry
- To learn several models for engaging in Hispanic ministry in congregational settings
- To improve facility in Spanish language, especially liturgical Spanish
- To build a cohort of colleagues preparing for Hispanic ministry within their community
- To avoid cultural violence in mission development.
The main presenter is Rev. Rubén Durán with several outstanding guest sharing models for Hispanic Ministry. The Rev. Duran serves as Director for New Congregations in the Congregational and Synodical Mission unit of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. He is responsible for promoting the development of Synodical mission strategies, local initiatives and emerging models for the multiplication of new communities of faith in the USA and the Caribbean.
You need not have completed the Spanish Language and Hispanic Ministry Language Intensive.
WHERE? On the campus of the Seminary of the Southwest, 501 E. 32nd St., Austin, TX 78705. See www.ssw.edu for map.
WHEN? Beginning Sunday evening June 7, 2020 at 5 p.m. and ending Thursday, June 11, 2020 at noon.
HOW? Register online. Contact Consuelo E. Reid at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions on the intensive.
-$650 per person; includes three lunches.
-$500 per person for 3 or more people from the same congregation; three lunches; does not include housing.
NOTE: You are responsible for your own lodging and meals. Please contact us for a list of nearby hotels.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION. No refunds after April 30, 2020. Sorry, no scholarships available.
To Register: Register for Intensive II online. Once registered, LSPS Staff will be in contact about housing and payment for the intensive.