This Saturday | Presbytery Meeting, First Ft. Lauderdale

Calling all PTF Presbyters and guest!

STATED PRESBYTERY MEETING
Saturday, May 20th, 9:30 a.m.
First Presbyterian Church of Ft. Lauderdale
401 SE 15th Avenue | Ft. Lauderdale FL  33301

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MEET OUR GUEST SPEAKER!

Lee Hinson-Hasty is senior director for Theological Education Funds Development for the Committee on Theological Education (COTE) of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Presbyterian Foundation, a promotion in 2015 after a decade of service to COTE as the coordinator for Theological Education and Seminary Relations. Ordained in 1995, he has served as a campus minister and pastor in Virginia and as director of church relations at St. Andrews Presbyterian College in North Carolina.

The Rev. Dr. Hinson-Hasty actively seeks support of future ministers and our twelve Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Seminaries through the Theological Education Fund (TEF) and Theological Schools Endowment Fund, engages in dialogue, study and initiatives that foster relationships and leadership development in the church and academy. He serves the board of the Forum for Theological Exploration (FTE) that he chaired from 2014-2016, is active in the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS), is a member of a clergy lectionary study group: Lectio Jubilate, the American Academy of Religion, and the Academy of Religious Leadership. He studied in Venice, Italy; Rüschlikon, Switzerland; and Debrecen, Hungary, which is regarded as the Calvinist Rome. The author of numerous published essays and articles, the Rev. Dr. Hinson-Hasty also writes the blog commentary, Theological Education Matters: Stories from Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) seminaries, pastors, friends and all who care about theological education


OPEN SPACES HIGHLIGHT!

 This meeting will kick off our vibrancy journey, with our aim of becoming “Vibrant Christ-Centered Communities”.  Which makes us ask: “What does it look like?”  During Open Spaces we will have two groups discussing Visualizing Vibrancy Using The Great Ends of the Church.  The first group will be just pastors/teaching elders, and the second group will be just ruling elders and guests.  (There will be a third group for clerks of sessions who will be reviewing session minutes, if needed.  Upon completion, these clerks are invited to the second Vibrancy group).

Come with your thoughts and suggestions – we want to hear from you!

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