Super Saturday - Virtual
Super Saturday - Virtual
With the uncertainty of Covid,
the October Super Saturday will again be virtual.
Our priority is the safety of our attendees.
Building on God's Promises:
A Time of Personal Renewal
3 John 1:2 Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and
that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.
Super Saturday Registration is Now Open!
Join us for Super Saturday on October 2, 2021 featuring Dr. Monica Coleman. Super Saturday is filled with a variety of virtual workshops, marketplace and networking.
This October, we will be offering some 1 Hour workshops and a few 1 Hour Midday workshops in addition to our standard 1.5 hours and extended workshops for those who want to be busy all day. Sign up for as many or as few as you like. View the New Schedule.
You will see a few new presenters at this Super Saturday. Please welcome the new workshop leaders to the Super Saturday Program:
Rev. Ruth Shaver who will be presenting a workshop on clean air,
Karim Ahmed, an adjunct professor at UCONN, presenting on justice issues,
Pastor Cesar Depaz, Iglesia Hispana - Hispanic Community Church of Boston, presenting on community outreach to the Hispanic community,
Rev. Dr. Bob LaRochelle, pastor and author, will be exploring the Love Hate Relationship you have with your church community,
In addition, you will have the opportunity to meet a couple new SNEUCC staff members who will be presenting workshops as well.
Emma Brewer-Wallin, Minister for Environmental and Economic Justice
Rev. Alex Shea Will, Area Conference Minister for the Northeast Region
Click HERE to see the Workshop offerings.
To register for the Marketplace:
SIGN UP for a Whova Training Session.
Meet Monica A. Coleman
Monica A. Coleman is Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Delaware. She spent over ten years in graduate theological education at Claremont School of Theology and Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. Answering her call to ministry at age 19, Dr. Coleman brings her experiences in evangelical Christianity, black church traditions, global ecumenical work, and indigenous spirituality to her discussions of religion.
Dr. Coleman is the author or editor of six books and several articles that focus on the role of faith in addressing critical social and philosophical issues. Her memoir Bipolar Faith shares her life-long dance with trauma and depression, and how she discovers a new and liberating vision of God. Her book Making a Way Out of No Way is required reading at leading theological schools around the country.
Dr. Coleman speaks widely on navigating change, religious diversity, mental wellness, and surviving sexual and domestic violence.
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