To purchase your ticket, contact Bev at 608-244-2115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MOSES is offering an interactive, 2-part leadership opportunity for member congregations and others who are interested in MOSES. The training will be led by WISDOM state Director David Liners.
Saturday, March 23, 2013
9:00 am – Noon
First Unitarian Society
900 University Bay Drive, Madison
Congregations are encouraged to bring a group of members interested in building a strong core team within their congregation.
The morning will include:
Individual one-on-one conversations are vital to finding out what issues directly concern congregation and community members and make the work of justice more central to the life of the church and community. A one-on-one listening campaign will strengthen the bonds of community in the congregation, and will build a stronger foundation for our justice work through MOSES. We will practice simple skills, disciplines and attitudes that allow the listener to hear and honor the stories, passions, and experiences in a person’s life, and provide a basis for future dialogue and collaboration.
Core Team Training
Learn how to build and/or strengthen a core group of leaders in your congregation to respond to the justice issues that are important to your congregation and the larger community. This portion of the training will provide ideas, processes and procedures needed to build strong, effective
teams that people want to join!
For more information or to RSVP, contact: Lisa Munro at email@example.com.
If you plan to attend an RSVP is appreciated, but not required.
Join with WISDOM and our partners from the Wisconsin Council of Churches, the Lutheran Office on Public Policy, Madison-area Urban Ministries, the Milwaukee Jewish Federation and the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee, as we gather as People of Faith United for Justice from around Wisconsin to build relationships, to educate one another and to act together to ensure that our shared and faithful commitment to compassion and justice is reflected in our next state budget!
Thursday, March 14, 2013
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Bethel Lutheran Church
312 Wisconsin Avenue, Madison
|8:30 am||Gathering/coffee at Bethel Lutheran Church|
|9:30 am||Welcome: Hannah Rosenthal, CEO Milwaukee Jewish FederationPlenary session focusing on the impact of faith as both an instrument of social justice and a catalyst for social transformation: Rev. Bryan Massingale, Professor of Theology, Marquette University, Milwaukee|
|10:30 am||Issue – Action Breakout Sessions:|
|11:30 pm||Lunch and preparation for Capitol visits|
|12:15 pm||March to Capitol|
|12:30 pm||Prayer Rally at Capitol, led by interfaith religious leaders|
|1:30 pm||Meetings with legislators|
Registration and Lunch: $20/person by March 4
$10 for students and low income; scholarships available
Because of parking, we urge people to carpool, use church vans or public transportation.
To register: email your name and contact information to Lynn Butorac at: firstname.lastname@example.org or print and mail this form, madison_action_day_regist_020312 and payment to:
MOSES c/o Lynn Butorac
2846 Moland St A1
Please check back soon, we’re busy adding information!
Thanks for your interest!