NEW date! MAY 21-23

A beautiful time to be in the Philadelphia area

NEW place:

Church on the Mall, Plymouth Meeting, PA:
A PC(USA) congregation located in Pennsyl-vania’s first shopping mall

NEW opportunities:

Special Tuesday-only conversation with Shane Berg: Preaching the Advent 2013 Lectionary Cycle


The Gospel According to J.R.R.Tolkien (Bell) Creative Outreach for Urban Wee Kirks (Mariena) Celtic Spirituality (Farrer) Urban/Suburban Partnerships (Garcia) Gossiping with the Gospel (Morrison) Congregational Conflict Polarities (Fletcher) Pursuing Spiritual Wholeness (Bruce) “Wise Church” (Detterman) God So Loved the World, Do You? (Olson)


Conference participants are responsible for their own housing. A block of rooms has been reserved at the SpringHill Suites by Marriott, Philadelphia, Plymouth Meeting, at a special conference rate of $129. You may reserve a room by calling 800-287-9400 and referencing the Plymouth PA Wee Kirk Conference. You can also book a room online.

Just some of the Speakers & Leaders:

Wally Fletcher, Adjunct Professor, Neumann Uni-versity Graduate School for Leadership, Parish As-sociate, Church on the Mall Christine Bruce, Former Pastor to the Pastors, Presbytery of Philadelphia Paul Detterman, Wee Kirk Ministry/PFR; Co-Mentor for the Transforming Congregations D.Min. Track, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Phil Olson, Pastor, Church on the Mall, Adjunct Professor, Palmer Theological Seminary Sal Scecchitano, Chief Musician and Director of Audio/Visual Ministry, Brunswick Church, Troy, NY


Dozens of restaurant options are available in or near the Mall at Plymouth Meeting. You may dine as lavishly or as economically as you wish and are free to tailor your meals to your personal prefer-ences.


The cost for three days of presentations, break-outs, worship, networking, spiritual restoration, and inspiration is only $60. Online reservations, a com-plete schedule, and other details will be available here .
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of something NEW, fresh, and different! See you in May!

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