Shalom Training in San Francisco Bay Area

Shalom Training Introductory Workshop
in SF Bay Area (Vallejo)
Saturday, November 16, 2013  9am-1pm
Come and learn about ShalomZone Training™ to be offered in 2014

“I invite you to participate in this introductory workshop to learn about the Shalom Initiative for prophetic leadership and community development based at Drew University, learn about ShalomZone Training available in the Bay Area, and how to start a “Shalom Zone” in the place where you live, work or worship.”—Dr. Michael J. Christensen, Director, Communities of Shalom, The United Methodist Church 
Led byNational/International Director, Dr. Michael J. Christensen, Associate Professor at Drew University and Pastor of Epworth Berkeley UMC; and National Consultant-Trainer, Dr. Fredrick Douglas Smith, Pastor of Wayside UMC in Vallejo; with special presentation on community organizing by representatives from a local community-organizing group.
Sponsored byShalom Resource Center, Drew University, Madison, NJ.  www.communitiesofshalom.org  and Cal-Nevada Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church

Hosted by Wayside United Methodist Church, 2309 Columbus Parkway, Vallejo, CA 94591
707-643-3108
Introductory Workshop (9am-Noon) followed by Light Lunch. Registration required. $10 program fee for lunch and training supplies.  Focus on the session on information/orientation/introduction to the ShalomZone Training course (7 sessions) for those considering the training which begins on February 1, 2014.Initial Shalom zone identification and community mapping started.
For further information: Michael Christensen  Shalommaster@gmail.com 
To Register:  Shalommaster@gmail.com 

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Organic, Fair-Trade, international, Multlifaith, SHALOM COFFEE from the mountains of Uganda, roasted by Thanksgiving Coffee Company in Fort Bragg, CA, will be served.  “Not just a cup but a Just Cup”   


























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