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Change the Conversation: IMMIGRATION 2.0

This workshop is the second in a series focusing on issues of justice, equity and inclusion.


This workshop offers opportunities for connections, identifying assets and community resources, exploring strengths-based approaches for deeper impact in local communities--all with the goal of moving us from asset identification to relationships and actions with neighbors who may be immigrants, migrants, refugees. 


Facilitator: Lynne B. Caldwell, DMin, President, Neighborhood Seminary.

Note: This workshop is approved for credit as an Advanced Course for Lay Servant Ministers in NCCUMC. Please check corresponding box on registration form. 


Change the Conversation,  

and get moving!


When:    SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2024

               10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Where:  College Place UMC
               509 Tate St.Greensboro, NC 
Cost:     $25/person, lunch included. 


Registration closes 5pm March 20.

Event Sponsors

The vision of Neighborhood Seminary is for God’s healing, reconciling, forgiving, and liberating love to become flesh and blood and move into the neighborhood through the church.

The goal in Neighborhood Seminary is to seamlessly integrate theological and spiritual education for head, heart, and hands, so that lay people can fully participate in God's mission in the world. What is that mission? The risen Christ states it in Revelation 21:5: "Look! I am making all things new!"
Spring ForestHope 4 Humanity 
H4H is a mission dedicated to making disciples of Jesus Christ who share Jesus’ compassion and calling for prophetic action on behalf of the least of these. H4H is an ecumenical and interfaith mission of hope, reimagining all people as the image of God and of sacred value.

H4H is a mission of the Church at Spring Forest, a United Methodist new monastic, missional faith community. Our ministries focus especially on regenerative farming, supporting refugee resettlement, contemplative and healing spirituality,  and fostering the nutritional and spiritual well-being of our neighbors.
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