Mark your calendars to attend the annual SEJ Cabinet Consultation at beautiful Epworth by the Sea! Come worship, fellowship, and network with fellow appointees. Program includes music, plenary sessions, and time for personal restoration. Participate in a poverty simulation to gain understanding of the dynamics and complexities of poverty. Leadership includes George Howard as the plenary speaker and Bishops Jonathan Holston and Bill McAllily as the Bishops in residence. CEU credit available.
Program Fee is $150 per person or $210 per couple and includes worship & plenary sessions.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Tammy McDowell, Assistant Director of Program Ministries
Program: Register online (coming soon!) or download the registration form (pdf)
Lodging and meal reservations: Epworth@epworthbythesea.org or call 912-638-8688
Tuesday, January 20
Wednesday, January 21
8:45-9:15am Morning Worship
10:15-11:30am Worship/Plenary/ Poverty Simulation
11:45-12:30pm Worship/Plenary/ Poverty Simulation
Afternoon and Evening Free (Golf Outing, Island Tours, Excursions, Dinner Out)
Thursday, January 22
8:45 – 9:15am Morning Worship
9:30-11:00am Worship/Plenary/ Poverty Simulation
11:15-12:30pm Worship/Plenary/ Poverty Simulation
2:00-4:00pm Additional Free Time
Friday, January 23
8:30-10:00am Breakfast – Closing Worship
George G. Howard leads a staff from around the world as thedeputy general secretary for Mission and Evangelism at the General Boardof Global Ministries.George previously served as the director ofTraining and Development at the UM Church for All People, an urban newchurch start in Columbus, Ohio. He is also the past president ofCommunity He has served in a variety of positions for the West OhioConference, including director ofConnectional Ministries.
Bishop L. Jonathan Holston is the resident bishop of the South Carolina Annual Conference. Coming to South Carolina from the North Georgia Conference, Bishop Holston served as senior pastor of St. James United Methodist Church in Atlanta for seven years before his Episcopal election. Prior to that, he served as Superintendent of the Atlanta-Decatur-Oxford District from 1997-2005.
Bishop Bill McAllily is the bishop of the Nashville Episcopal Area of the United Methodist Church. Bill comes to the Nashville Area by way of the Mississippi Conference where he was most recently Superintendent of the Seashore District. Bill has served in a wide variety of ministry settings in Georgia and Mississippi.