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Leadership Institute 2021
When
Wednesday, September 29, 2021 to Friday, October 1, 2021

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Where
Church of the Resurrection
13720 Roe Avenue
Leawood, KS 66224

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Phone
913-232-4139

Email
kari.burgess@cor.org

Contact
Kari Burgess

The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection announced registration is now open for Leadership Institute 2021, held September 29 – October 1. The annual leadership conference will be offered both online and in person at the Leawood, Kansas, campus, with a limit of 500 participants for the in-person event. The aim of this year’s Institute is to equip, strengthen and inspire, preparing church leaders for a new season of ministry marked by unity, clarity of vision and a call to love extravagantly.

Keynote Speakers include: Bob Goff, nationally sought-after speaker and Author of Love Does and Dream Big; Kevin Murriel, Senior Pastor at Cascade UMC and author of Breaking the Color Barrier: A Vision for Church Growth; Savannah Kimberlin, Director of Research Solutions at Barna Group, and Adam Hamilton, Resurrection’s Senior Pastor. Whether online or in person, all participants will experience the same practical and inspirational schedule.

Highlights include:
  • 5 Plenary Sessions led by a strong faculty of speakers who will challenge, provoke and inspire to lead boldly
  • Breakout Workshops led by guest presenters and Resurrection staff, carefully curated to address essential subjects facing churches and leaders today
  • 6 Months of On Demand Replay. Exclusive access to the full library of sessions from the entire conference. (Note: Some keynote sessions may only be available for 30 days)
  • Networking with leaders from a variety of church sizes and contexts - with great opportunities to connect either in person or through the Online Platform
Registration and details are available at sharechurch.com/leadership. For questions, email sharechurchconferences@cor.org or call 913-232-4139.

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