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Moving Mountains Conference Sept. 17th [ECUSA WV orthodox]
Moving Mountains (Stand Firm WV) ^ | 9/02/2005 | Laurie Swain

Posted on 09/02/2005 9:30:24 PM PDT by sionnsar

West Virginia Anglicans, the official Chapter of the American Anglican Council in the Diocese of West Virginia is please to announce a training conference featuring keynote speaker, the Rev. Canon Ellis E. Brust, Chief Operating Officer of the American Anglican Council.

Additional speakers include Sarah Hey from the Diocese of Upper South Carolina and Bill Boniface from Episcopal Witness. Various speakers from West Virginia will also make presentations.

This conference will be a unique opportunity to learn about evangelism and grass-roots networking techniques for a mission church building a faithful Anglican Christian witness. Participants will also have the opportunity to hear from and ask questions of the AAC regarding the current situation and potential future of ECUSA and the Anglican Communion.

We are especially interested in bringing in participants from rural and Appalachian parishes so that we can learn from each other about how to be a mission minded church in those communities.

Please click "Continued . . ." below to see all the important details!

Title: Moving Mountains
Date: Saturday, September 17
Schedule: 8:30 am (coffee, etc.)
9:00 am conference begins
5:00 pm worship service
6:00 pm conference ends
There will be a working lunch (provided)
Location: Capitol Conference Center
Corner Capitol and Lee Streets
Charleston, WV
Directions will be provided upon registration
Fee: $25 to help defray meal and facilities
Members of WVAnglicans pay only $15 to cover meals
add'l freewill offering will be collected to help defray speaker travel costs
Speakers: Canon Ellis Brust, AAC Nat'l Office
Sarah Hey, Diocese of Upper SC
Bill Boniface, Episcopal Witness
Additional presenters from WV folks "on the ground"
There will also be small group "roundtable" discussions
Themes: Building a Faithful Anglican Witness:
Evangelism and Grass Roots Networking for a Mission Church

Pre-registration is required, and we are limited to 50 people. We need a final count before 5:00 pm on Monday Sept. 12, so please register soon! The registration fee will be collected at the door.

Pre-register by sending an e-mail to or by calling (304) 538-7656.

This will be an exciting day of learning and also a great opportunity to meet and fellowship with orthodox minded Anglicans who share your beliefs and unite with you in your hopes for a faithful Anglican Christian witness in America.

TOPICS: Mainline Protestant
KEYWORDS: ecusa; wv
[Posted in case any of the list are able and wanting to attend. The speakers have all been posted to this list before. --sionnsar]
1 posted on 09/02/2005 9:30:24 PM PDT by sionnsar
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To: ahadams2; Fractal Trader; Zero Sum; anselmcantuar; Agrarian; coffeecup; Paridel; keilimon; ...
Traditional Anglican ping, continued in memory of its founder Arlin Adams,
whose year's mind occurs this day (September 03).

Rest eternal grant to him O Lord.
And let light perpetual shine upon him.

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