Upcoming Events



Province III ECW 98th Annual Meeting - Living Abundantly: A Life Centered on Christ
April 28-30, Hunt Valley, MD
 The 98th Annual Meeting of Province III ECW will be held Friday, April 28 through Sunday April 30 at the Embassy Suites By Hilton Barltiore North (213 International Circle, Hunt Valley, MD) Election of a new ECW president will take place at this meeting. Registration is $75 per person and includes lunch and dinner. Please register by April 7. Click here for registration form with meeting schedule.

 

Synod 2017
May 1, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Holiday Inn – Martinsburg WV

Province III Synod will hold its annual meeting on May 1. Pre-meeting hospitality and conversation on Sunday, April 30 for those staying overnight before Synod. Speakers are the Rev. Canon Mark Stevenson, director of Episcopal Migration Ministries and the Rev. Martha Kirkpatrick, Province III representative on the Advisory Council for the Stewardship of Creation. Click here for Synod brochure with details and registration form. Click here to register online. Cost is $50 per person. Please make checks payable to Province III, note "Synod" on memo line, and mail check to: Karen Stewart, Province III Treasurer, C/O The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, 4 E University Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21218. We are not able to accept credit card payments. Attendees must make their own hotel reservations. Special conference rate of $99 at Holiday Inn, 304-267-5500 or www.holidayinn.com/martinsburg.

 

Calling the Future Church Conference: Leading from the Middle; Leading Like it Matters
May 1-2, 2017
Holiday Inn – Martinsburg, WV

Conference immediately follows the Province III Synod. The Rev. David Gortner, Ph.D. is the conference speaker. What patterns of choices has the Episcopal Church made in its selection, formation, development and deployment of ordained leaders? What is the impact of those choices on mission? Might we "move the dial" by fostering religious leadership practices to reshape and redire ct congregations in their culture and engagement in the public practices of evangelism, witness and community partnership?

Registration is $75. Click here to register online. Please make checks payable to Province III, note "Calling Future Church" on the memo line and mail check to: Karen Stewart, Province III Treasurer, C/O The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, 4 E University Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21218. We are not able to accept credit card payments.

Click here for a conference brochure with schedule and registration form.

Attendees must make their own hotel reservations. Special conference rate of $99 at Holiday Inn, 304-267-5500 or www.holidayinn.com/martinsburg.


17th Annual Pittsburgh Pastoral Care Conference
May 5, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Christ Church at Grove Farm, Sewickley, PA

Welcoming all pastors, laity, counselors, social workers, nurses, caregivers, physicians, students, volunteers. Three sessions, 34 presenters. Five tracks: Addiction & Recovery; Mental Health & Wellness; Family & Marriage Issues; Community Outreach; Reflections in Ministry. Keynote speaker is Pastor Dave Kornfield, Phd.D, missionary, author, and international trainer, speaking on "Helping Healthy Churches Grow by Cultivating Healthy Pastors." Registration and full details at www.pghpc.org. Christ Church at Grove Farm is located at 249 Duff Road, Sewickley, PA. Click here for flyers you can share.

 

Campus Ministry Retreat: Best Practices of College Campus Ministry
May 23-25
A. Felix DuPont Memorial House, Rehoboth Beach, DE

The Campus Ministry Retreat will be held May 23-25 in Rehoboth Beach, DE. The retreat will be led by the Rev. Tyler Montgomery serves as chaplain to The Episcopal Church at the College of William & Mary. He received a certificate in Educational Leadership and Ministry to prepare for college chaplaincy from Yale Divinity School and Berkeley Episcopal Seminary in 2015, and he has served for two years at Bruton Parish Church and William & Mary. Tyler will address the best practices of college ministry as he has learned them: priorities, programs, scheduling, database management, alumni development, and Christian formation. Cost is $50, includes meals and lodging. Attendees will stay at the Memorial House and eat meals there. Lunch and dinner on Tuesday, May 23, breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Wednesday, May 24, and breakfast on Wednesday, May 25 will be provided. The Memorial House is located at 54 Oak Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE (www.memorialhouse.org). Click here to register. Please mail check to: Karen Stewart, Province III Treasurer, C/O The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, 4 E University Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21218. We are not able to accept credit card payments.

Last Published: April 21, 2017 9:22 AM