Tickets are still available for “A Church for Monday” conference to be held at Emmanuel Lutheran Church. The Common Good Conference will be held on Saturday, October 5. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Church located at 777 Mooring Line Drive in Naples.
A Church for Monday: The Common Good Conference is a one-day, multi-site gathering to help equip and encourage attendees to more thoughtfully connect their faith and their work, embrace God’s calling in all aspects of life, and explore ways the Church can be a faithful presence in our communities. This conference is opened to the public and will include local and national speakers.
The conference will address themes such as:
• “How can we understand a sense of God’s calling wherever we work?”
• “How do we become champions of human dignity in our work?”
• “How can the church be a faithful presence in the community?”
Faith based leaders from across the nation scheduled to speak at the interactive video conference include: Tom Nelson, Bryan Loritts, Larry Osborne, Helen Hayes, Thomas Kim, Winnette Mcintosh, Robin John and Karen Ellis.
Tickets may be purchased for $39 until September 15 and for $59 after this date. To register please visit www.commongoodconference.com.
Emmanuel Academies, Inc. is a non-profit organization that was founded by Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Naples to create leaders for Christian service within diversified communities, providing opportunities for faith formation, theological understanding, vocational practice, preaching, and pastoral leadership leading to ordination.
For information regarding this event call (239) 261-0894 or visit www.naplesemmanuel.org. For more information about Emmanuel Academies, Inc. visit www.emmanueled.org.