Date: Monday, October 21 at 3:00 p.m. - Wednesday, October 23, 11:00 a.m.
Location: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, McCord Community CenterCost: $125/person ($75 for APCE Members & UMC Commissioned Parish Christian Educators)
100 E. 27th Street, Austin 78705
Seminary housing for this event is full. You may be able to secure housing at:
Ramada Inn Austin Central, 919 E. Koenig Lane, Austin, TX 78751; 512-454-1144,
Registration limited to 40.
Many churches are finding the need to change the way they worship – whether it is because of declining attendance, changing demographics, or the desire to be more innovative. Learn how to plan for and lead transition confidently. This workshop will help you:
- Evaluate your current form of worship as well as continue assessment of changes to worship.
- Explore what it means to worship intergenerationally and how it benefits the church.
- Experience elements of intergenerational worship.
- Share resources and ideas for practical and innovative changes any church can implement.
Who should attend:
Christian educators, pastors, and worship leaders and planners of any denomination.
About the Presenter
Reverend Theresa Cho is a pastor at St. John’s Presbyterian Church in San Francisco, a 170-member urban congregation. She is active in all levels of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A., including youth conferences, women leadership conferences, Peacemaking Conferences, General Assembly Committees, and recently served as Moderator for the Presbytery of San Francisco. She has had a variety of life experiences that include teaching children with special needs and working in a multi-racial urban congregation in Chicago and Seoul, Korea. All this contributes to her passion for child advocacy, creating intergenerational worship experiences, and urban ministry. She has published articles and contributed to Christian Century, Sojourners God’s Politics, other blog sites, and books.