Report of the The Nashville Episcopal Area Strategy Mapping TeamPosted: January 14, 2014 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: mission, Mission Field, Strategy Mapping Team, Values, Vision 18 Comments
During the past year, a Nashville Episcopal Area Strategy Mapping Team has been meeting (with members from both the Memphis and Tennessee Annual Conferences) to discern a mission and vision for the area, as well as our core values and primary areas of focus. After many long hours of conversation and prayer, the team believes that God is leading us toward the mission, values and focus described below.
This is a work in progress. The next step is to share this with leaders throughout the area to receive their feedback, allowing us to refine our mission, values, and focus, and then to discover the next steps in reaching a shared agreement about how God is already at work in the Nashville Episcopal Area, and where God is calling us to grow in more effectively being a part of God’s mission in the world.
I encourage you to be in a spirit of prayer and discernment as we work together to carry out God’s call here in the Nashville Episcopal Area.
Area-wide training event featuring Dr. Derrick-Lewis Noble, Jan. 18Posted: November 6, 2013 Filed under: Bishop's Blog, Memphis Conference, Tennessee Conference | Tags: bill mcalilly, bishop, brentwood, derrick lewis-noble, disciples, discipleship, evangelism, lewis-noble, los ángeles, memphis, mission, nashville, tennessee, UMC, united methodist 1 Comment
January 18, 2014 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm | Location: Brentwood UMC (MAP) | Please RSVP by Jan. 6, 2014
Bishop Bill McAlilly has announced an Area-wide training event for all Memphis and Tennessee Conference local church clergy and lay leadership scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014 at Brentwood UMC in Brentwood, TN.
The training event will feature Bishop Bill McAlilly and Dr. Derrick-Lewis Noble, a United Methodist pastor from Los Angeles, CA, who was also featured Bible Study leader at both the Memphis and Tennessee Annual Conferences this past June. The theme for the event is “Evangelism & Mission: Making Discipleship Possible.” The event will be an all-day gathering with registration beginning at 8:30 am. More details and an agenda will be released shortly.
Pre-registration is available online for $10, which covers lunch and materials. All registrations for the event will close on January 6, 2014.
> Online registration: CLICK HERE
> DOWNLOAD mail-in registration form (.PDF)