Emerging in Pittsburgh?
This Announcement has been posted at the Emergent-US blog:
Emergent/Postmodern Ministry on the College Campus
WHO: Open to anyone who wants to talk about the emerging church, including those seeking to understand postmodern ministry on the college campus.
RESPOND BY: October 10 (write a comment below).
Bob Robinson, Area Director for Northern Ohio for the CCO (Coalition for Christian Outreach), has arranged an interaction time with Tony Jones, the National Coordinator for Emergent-U.S, on Sunday night, October 16th at 8:00 PM (note time change!) at the Open Door (801 N. Negley Ave. in the Union Project, Pittsburgh) after the Open Door’s evening worship gathering. Also present for the discussion will be Pittsburgh-based emerging church leaders, including B.J. Woodworth, pastor of the Open Door.
Tony Jones is the National Coordinator for Emergent-US, the leading voice in the emerging church movement exploring how to do Christian ministry in a postmodern culture. He is finishing his Ph.D. in practical theology at Princeton Theological seminary. Previously, he was the Minister to Youth & Young Adults at the Colonial Church of Edina in Minnesota. Educated at Dartmouth College and Fuller Seminary, Tony is the author of Postmodern Youth Ministry (YS/Zondervan, 2001), Soul Shaper (YS/Zondervan, 2003), Read, Think, Pray, Live (NavPress, 2003) Pray (NavPress, 2003), and The Sacred Way (Zondervan, 2005).
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