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A Church forum on Race Relations in our Community
In the aftermath of the recent attacks on African American churches (Charleston, South Carolina killings and six predominantly black southern churches being burned), Liberty Baptist Church will be hosting a forum on race relations in our community. Join us in this vital discussion, and let your voice be heard! Click here to read more!

FREE LEWIS CENTER DOWNLOAD: “50 Ways to Take Church to the Community”

To help congregations reach beyond their walls with worship, community events, ministries, and service, the Lewis Center for Church Leadership offers the free download 50 Ways to Take Church to the Community. This resource offers practical tips congregations can use to meet community members where they are and move them toward discipleship.

50 Ways to Take Church to the Community provides information on these topics:

• Embrace an expansive concept of community

• Prepare spiritually

• Get to know the community surrounding your church

• Listen and learn

• Build authentic relationships

• Turn your existing ministries outward

• Reach out through community events

• Extend your congregation’s spiritual presence beyond church walls

• Connect spiritual outreach to community service

50 Ways to Take Church to the Community is available at http://www.churchleadership.com/50ways. Additional downloads, including 50 Ways to Take Church to the Community50 Ways to Welcome New People50 Ways to Increase Worship Attendance, and many more are also available.

The Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary is a resource for clergy, lay, and denominational leaders. Through resources, research, and teaching, the Center supports visionary spiritual leaders in addressing issues crucial to the church’s faithful and fruitful witness.

 


 

INCLEMENT WEATHER CLOSING POLICY

There may be days when Wesley Theological Seminary will need to close due to inclement weather or other situations. On those occasions, a recording will be put on the seminary’s main phone line as soon as possible after any decision regarding closings or delayed openings is made. Every effort will be made to make closing information available by 6:30 am. When weather conditions change, the decision to keep the seminary open may be modified. Therefore, you are advised to re-check just before traveling to the Seminary.

 

The WTS Main Phone line is:  202-885-8600. Press 0 once the voice recording comes on (you do not need to listen to the entire message) to connect to the WTS opening/closing status line.  Additional means for obtaining information about closings include:

 

Radio stations:                                    Television stations:               Website:

WTOP – 1500 am                                WRC 4 (24 in DC)                   www.wesleyseminary.edu

WAMU – 88.5 fm                                 WTTG Fox 5 (25 in DC)

WGMS – 103.5 fm                              WDCA 7 (27 in DC)                 

                                                         WUSA 9 (29 in DC)

                                                         TBD 8 (28 in DC)

                                                         WJZ-TV 13 Baltimore   

 

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