Learn in Three Days a Process to Transform Your Congregation
It does not matter what “RE” word works for you—revitalize, renew, re-envision, reinvent, redevelop, restart, replant, resurrect—there is a three-day “retreat” you ought to attend. It is called a Congregational Champions Retreat. (For more information go to www.CongregationalChampions.info.)
It is for senior or solo pastors, church staff persons, key lay leaders, denominational staff leaders, consultants, coaches, stewardship and capital campaign consultants, college and seminary professors who teach church growth and church leadership, and a host of other categories of people.
These retreats are led by George Bullard who has engaged in research, consulting, coaching, writing, speaking, and training on congregational transformation for more than 40 years. He wants to share with you what he has learned will work, will not work, and a process to achieve it. His work with congregations includes thousands. His advising of denominational organizations about congregational transformation includes hundreds. His training of consultants and coaches over the past five decades also numbers in the thousands.
George likes to do this in small groups. Over the past 13 months he has led 13 retreats involving 130 people. Now he is announcing a new round of retreats for the fall of 2017. All these “retreats” will be held at the Columbia Metro Baptist Association office in Columbia, South Carolina.
The “retreats” typically start at 1:00 p.m. on the first day and end at 1:00 p.m. on the third day. The exception is when the retreat is on a weekend. The dates for this spring are,
- Tuesday to Thursday, February 6th-8th
- Wednesday to Friday, April 18th-20th
- Friday to Sunday, April 27th-9th (5:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
- Monday to Wednesday, May 21st-23rd
To register go to https://goo.gl/forms/9maMJs0aer84f10V2.
Can you really learn how to transform your congregation in three days? Absolutely you can learn the process and receive handouts you can use with your congregation. Then, you and George will work together to assess what additional process assistance you need or want following the retreat.