Join us on February 10, 2018 at the Cathedral of St. Philip for The GO Summit. Collaborate with Bishop Robert C. Wright, Toxic Charity author Robert Lupton, and those in our diocese working on innovations in both local and global ministries. View the schedule and register online.
In 2017, ECF funded more than $200,000 to parishes and ministries serving the poor and oppressed throughout the Diocese of Atlanta! ECF will be offering free Curbside Consulting sessions with our executive director Lindsey Hardegree – discuss challenges your ministry/organization is currently facing and how ECF might be able to help you make a bigger impact through our grantmaking programs. You can sign-up for your free session at ECFimpact.org/curbside (you must also register for the GO Summit to participate).
Afternoon breakout panel sessions will include:
- Congregational Connections in Cuba
- Partnership with Cape Coast, Ghana
- Freedom School 101
- Path to Shine 101
- Stories of Successful Community Ministries
- Local Ministry Innovations Showcase
- Identifying Assets for Racial Healing
- Addressing Immigration Issues in Your Worshipping Community
- Collaborating with the Community You Serve for Sustainability
You can make others aware of your ministry, organization, or idea by setting up a display at no charge on the tables provided in the Cathedral atrium. (Please indicate when you register if you’d like to have a display.) Advance registration is $30 per person and includes lunch and a printed copy of The Go Guide: 10 Steps for Innovations in Ministry from Luke 10 in your choice of English or Spanish.