‘Get Their Name’ workshop for those who want to grow their church

Get Their NamePractical Resources for Churches will be hosting a workshop on October 25, 2014 at the Woodbury United Methodist Church titled “Get Their Names.” The workshop will be led by Rev. Bob Farr, author of Get Their Name – Grow Your Church by Building New Relationships. Workshop participants will learn how to share their faith without anxiety in a way that is natural and genuine. They will learn how their church can change and how people can be equipped to share their faith in a way that is effective, biblical and transformational.

The cost for the workshop is $45 per person or $20 per person for United Methodists, members of the Presbytery of Long Island, and members of subscribing churches. A special group rate is available at $175 for a team of four or $75 for a team of four for United Methodists, members of the Presbytery of Long Island and members of subscribing churches.

Check-in and breakfast begins at 9:00 a.m. and the workshop runs from 9:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. The workshop fee includes breakfast and lunch. You can click here to register online and pay by Master Card, Visa or e-check.

Workshop leader Bob Farr is the Director of the Center for Congregational Excellence at the Missouri Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. He is experienced with developing the Pastor Leadership Development program, church consulting, relocations, mergers and new church starts. Bob is the architect of the HCI “Healthy Church Initiative” program currently being used in 12 conferences of the United Methodist Church.

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