Urban Ministry Conference: A Heart for the City
Towards a Collaborative Pastoral Leadership for the City
May 15 -16, 2014
Continuing Education at Princeton Theological Seminary
The Urban Ministry Conference is a gathering of pastors and congregational leaders engaged in urban ministry, or discerning their vocation to urban ministry.
Participants will gather in a peer learning environment to be able to articulate the challenges and skill sets needed for an effective Christian engagement in urban contexts.
Interacting with seasoned urban practitioners and thinkers, the goal of this program is to:
- Be a space for discernment for engagement in urban ministry
- Provide for a better articulation of challenges of the urban setting and Christian ministry
- Be encouraged by the witness of practitioners in the areas of community organizing, urban entrepreneurship and development, and Christian witness in urban contexts
- Be a space of renewal and encouragement for those engaging urban contexts
- Provide for fellowship and networking
The Rev. Darrell L. Armstrong
Pastor of the Shiloh Baptist Church of Trenton, NJ
The Rev. Dr. Cláudio Carvalhaes
Associate Professor of Liturgy and Worship
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
The Rev. Dr. Robert Foltz-Morrison
Executive Presbyter of New York City Presbytery
The Rev. Karen Hernández-Granzen
Pastor, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Trenton, NJ,
Co-Moderator, Urban Mission Cabinet,
Chaplain/Coordinator, Bethany House of Hospitality, New Brunswick Presbytery
The Rev. Seth Kaper-Dale
Co-pastor of the Reformed Church of Highland Park, NJ
Leader information will be posted and announced as leaders are confirmed. For more information about topics and program, please see the agenda.
Download complete agenda in pdf format here.
Cost and Registration
The program costs $140, which includes tuition, refreshments, and meals. Please read the registration and cancellation policy, and then click here to register.
Please feel free to e-mail Continuing Education with comments or questions.