Partners in Building 2022
Originally aired on September 29-30, this two day line-up features two keynote addresses, numerous workshops and resources, and a daily charge address by Bishop Dwayne Royster from Faith UCC in Washington, DC.
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- Rev. Anna Flowers Keynote Address (34:54)
- More Than You Can Ask For or Imagine Workshop w/ Jill White (22:56)
- So, You Think Your Church is Dying Workshop w/ David Schoen (28:58)
- Construction, Cost and a Conductor Workshop w/ Sandra Acosta & Heather Caudill (32:38)
- Is There a Knot at the End of Your Rope Workshop (30:09)
- Day One Charge - Bishop Dwayne Royster (6:18)
- Rev. Dr. Gregory James Edwards Keynote Address (46:49)
- Adese Fellows Panel Discussion (32:33)
- So, You Want a Loan Workshop w/ Chuck Hollingsworth (16:00)
- Safe, Secure and Protected - Insurance Workshop w/ Tim Harris (18:04)
- Virtual is Not Going Anywhere - The Future of Hybrid Workshop w/ Jim Keat (36:09)
- Assessing the Threat - Cybersecurity Workshop w/ Richard Bortnick & Lisa Gonzalez (27:48)
- Day Two Charge - Bishop Dwayne Royster (4:58)
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