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From:Lee's Summit, MO USA
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Healthy Congregations Workshop
April 25-26, 2008
Friday April 25th: 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Saturday April 26th: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
New Summit Presbyterian Church
1800 NE Independence Ave.
Lee’s Summit, MO 64086
Presented by: Rev. Dave Moore

Who Will Benefit:
Pastors, church staff, Church Council, Session, Personnel Committee, Pastoral Relations Committee members and all congregation members and leaders. Anyone interested in enhancing their capacity to manage self in a non-anxious and responsible way, whether in the church, the home, the workplace or in the community.

Workshop Topics will include:
· What is Systems Thinking?
· Healthy Congregations Respond to Anxiety
· Healthy Congregations Invite Differentiation of Self
· Healthy Congregations Focus on Strength
· Healthy Congregations Manage Conflict
· In Healthy Congregations, Leaders Challenge People
· In Healthy Congregations, Leaders Focus on Mission
· In Healthy Congregations, Leaders Promote Health Through Their Presence and Functioning
· Planning For a Healthier Congregation
· Video Case Studies

This workshop will help you…
· Learn how you as a leader can influence the health of your congregation--- how to detect and avoid unhealthy patterns of living together in community.
· Learn how to keep anxiety from becoming infectious.
· Gain confidence in responding to challenges and opportunities.
· Learn how to put limits on invasive behavior, manage reactivity and overcome sabotage.
· Discover how leaders can function as the congregation’s immune system.
· Learn to focus on strength’s, resources, options and the future.

Workshop Leader:
Dave Moore, M. Div, is the pastor of New Summit Presbyterian Church and works with congregations and leaders in church planting, church transformation, church health and growth and conflict mediation.

He received his training from the Lombard Mennonite Peace Center to serve as a Healthy Congregations workshop facilitator.

Registration Fee:
$60 per person (includes manual and lunch)
Or $90 for a couple (sharing one manual; two lunches)
To register, make your check payable to New Summit Presbyterian Church, and mail it to: New Summit Presbyterian Church, 1800 NE Independence Ave., Lee’s Summit, MO 64086. Include your name(s), address and phone number to register. Registration due date is 4/18/2008.

Contact Information
New Summit Presbyterian Church
1800 NE Independence Ave.
Lee’s Summit, MO 64086
Weekly Sunday Worship at 9:30 am
Phone: 816-246-7474
Pastor Dave Moore: x 203

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