Date

February 3, 2018

Location

Holman UMC (Los Angeles, CA)

Who's Invited?

Current and Emerging Leaders

Our Speakers

Experienced Practitioners

ABOUT THE EVENT / a time to be refreshed and renewed

Hosted at Holman United Methodist Church in Los Angeles, California, the West District Training Conference is for both current and emerging leaders within local UMC churches. This day of practical ministry training includes a time of praise and worship as well as numerous workshops led by leaders throughout the West District and California-Pacific Conference. Come expecting to meet new friends and connect with people across our district! (Childcare is available only for those who pre-register online.)

Please bring canned goods for the Wesley Foundation 580 Cafe and Inglewood UMC’s Food Pantry.

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Conference Schedule

8:00am – Registration

8:45am – Morning Worship

9:30am – Morning Workshops

11:00am – Lunch

12:30pm – Afternoon Workshops

2:00pm – Conference Ends

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Special Message

During our Morning Worship, District Superintendent Rev. Mark Nakagawa will be sharing a special message with visual arts by Leslie Gray.

List of Workshops

1. Click on “9:30am” and “12:30pm” to see all the workshops during that time block.

2. Then click on a workshop category (i.e., Church Business) to see only the workshops in that area of interest.

3. Some workshops span both sessions, and some are offered in both time slots, while others are only offered in either the morning or afternoon.

4. Download a pdf version of the Workshop List.

Ms. Jan Hanson

Human Resources: Establishing the Employment Relationship (Part 1)

Session 1 will provide an overview of some of the most common employment-related issues, as well as offer tools to help churches decide whether the person doing the work is an employee, contractor, or volunteer. There will also be a discussion of items and issues relating to the payment of wages, including the question of classification as either exempt or non-exempt. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Phil Freeman

Serving as a Trustee (Part 1)

So you’ve volunteered to be on the Board of the Trustees or you have been voted President, now what? At the Trustee Workshop, you will receive an overview of an individual's role to be a productive member of this local church ministry. The workshop will include but not be limited to: oversight, maintenance, and supervision of all local church property, tools to maintaining adequate insurance coverage on all church property and developing appropriate risk management policies. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Ms. Archana Carey (Treasurer/Executive Director of Finance & Facilities, Cal-Pac Conference) and Joyce Zirkle (Executive Secretary to Cal-Pac Conference Treasurer)

Tables 1, 2, & 3 Report Training

We will begin with why Tables 1, 2 & 3 are necessary and how the information is used by the denomination. This workshop will guide you on how to enter and submit your Tables in the EZRA system. There will be information advising participants how to properly complete your Tables in order to avoid errors that may cause your church apportionments to increase unnecessarily.
Ms. Beverly Davis

Best Practices of Effective Church Financial Systems

We will learn about the characteristics and best practices of effective church financial systems in the following areas:
  1. basic church financial responsibilities;
  2. required elements of a church financial system infrastructure;
  3. day-to-day financial duties and practices;
  4. church financial reporting requirements.
Rev. Kelvin Sauls

Homeless, But Not Hopeless: Every Congregation Can Do Something

A Panel Discussion to examine the challenge of homelessness, explore root causes and symptoms, and expose creative partnerships between congregations and community-based organizations engaged in ministries of compassion and advocacy. Asset-based strategies will be our point of departure.
Dr. Arnetha E. Inge

Domestic Abuse: The Moral and Prophetic Challenge for the Church

The statistics on domestic abuse are shocking; domestic abuse occurs in an estimated four million intimate relationships each year in the United States, and according to Catherine Clark Kroeger, “Sociologists, estimate that abuse occurs within about 25 percent of Christian church families, and the church has failed where needed most.” It is the goal of this workshop to enlighten the Church about the prevalence of abuse in society and how it affects the denomination. Many members in our churches are experiencing abuse; but currently the care for victims has a minute presence in the Church. We will also consider the role of the Church in developing a contextually appropriate, theological, and scripturally based ethic of care for ministering to battered, bruised, and abused; as well as accountability for abusers within the fold.
Dr. Sharon Rhodes-Wickett,

Let’s talk about the “T” in LGBTQI

How the church can be a safe and welcoming community for transgender persons? A panel will share their experiences and perspectives to both educate and encourage the church to grow in being the beloved community, embodying welcoming grace to transgender children, youth and adults.
Dr. Curtiss Takada-Rooks

Beyond Cultural Competency & Diversity: Doing Culture

What is cultural competency? And is that enough? Conversations in diversity and cultural competency generally focus on notions of inclusion. That is, “Who’s sitting at the table?” But, rarely do we ask what does this really mean? What are the implications for inclusiveness? Rather than a “how to” workshop per se, it seeks to examine our goals for diversity and whether the questions we ask hinder us from actually achieving it. And, along the way perhaps discover strategies for “doing culture.”
Dr. John C. Holbert,

Real Leadership: Exodus 32

Exodus 32 is one of the Bible’s great texts, written with brilliance and unusual insight about many issues. The workshop will focus in this reading of the text on the issue of leadership. Two major figures are to seen here — Moses and Aaron — and the ways they approach the task of leading Israel are very different and quite illuminative of ways we all may think about being leaders in our own time. We will read the text line by line, so bring a Bible and prepare to plunge deeply into a story that can change your life.
Ms. Leslie K. Gray

Worship Art, Inspiration for Contemplation (Part 1)

This is a two-part workshop on the history and creation of art for worship. The morning will cover the history and cultural references of the unique form of Shadow Art. The afternoon will be a hands-on opportunity to explore possibilities utilizing the process of creating shadow-cut art pieces. This workshop is designed for adults and youth ages 12 and up. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Rev. Janet Gollery McKeithen

Hate Groups are organizing in our Communities. How can the Local Church Respond?

There are people in our communities who believe that the “white race” is in danger of extinction. Their fear drives them to take drastic measures as shown in Charlottesville and communities in Southern California. Should we get involved? If so, how can we address this issue? Is it dangerous to get involved? Is it dangerous to be silent? Following a brief theological discussion, this workshop will explore specific ways you can address systemic racism and its more blatant expressions. Every church can be involved. We’ll show you how.
Ms. Anne Hawthorne

Beyond Welcome: Engaging and Supporting Young Adults at Church

Many churches want to welcome young people into their church But is an invitation to Sunday morning worship, or greeting them at the door, enough? What’s it like for a young person away from home to walk into a new church, possibly a church with a congregation very different from their home or family? How do you move past that awkward greeting into an authentic relationship? Stories from a multi-generational, interracial, cross-conference panel will explore assumptions about what separates us, and what has brought us together to build beloved community. All ages welcome.
Ms. Tricia D. Hamilton

#youthworkersuperheroes

This workshop will assist all youth workers on how to engage their youth in ministry. As a youth worker, you will learn techniques on how to reach youth where they are in their Christian journey by building their leadership skills to be used in the group and church, participating in group building activities, and fun engaging Bible lessons that lead to great discussions. Most of all, you will be provided with ideas to engage youth in Service, Outreach, Study, Fellowship, and Worship. God is looking for youth worker superheroes that are ready to use their super powerful gifts.
Ms. Jan Hanson

Human Resources: Establishing the Employment Relationship (Part 1)

Session 1 will provide an overview of some of the most common employment-related issues, as well as offer tools to help churches decide whether the person doing the work is an employee, contractor, or volunteer. There will also be a discussion of items and issues relating to the payment of wages, including the question of classification as either exempt or non-exempt. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Phil Freeman

Serving as a Trustee (Part 1)

So you’ve volunteered to be on the Board of the Trustees or you have been voted President, now what? At the Trustee Workshop, you will receive an overview of an individual's role to be a productive member of this local church ministry. The workshop will include but not be limited to: oversight, maintenance, and supervision of all local church property, tools to maintaining adequate insurance coverage on all church property and developing appropriate risk management policies. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Ms. Archana Carey (Treasurer/Executive Director of Finance & Facilities, Cal-Pac Conference) and Joyce Zirkle (Executive Secretary to Cal-Pac Conference Treasurer)

Tables 1, 2, & 3 Report Training

We will begin with why Tables 1, 2 & 3 are necessary and how the information is used by the denomination. This workshop will guide you on how to enter and submit your Tables in the EZRA system. There will be information advising participants how to properly complete your Tables in order to avoid errors that may cause your church apportionments to increase unnecessarily.
Ms. Beverly Davis

Best Practices of Effective Church Financial Systems

We will learn about the characteristics and best practices of effective church financial systems in the following areas:
  1. basic church financial responsibilities;
  2. required elements of a church financial system infrastructure;
  3. day-to-day financial duties and practices;
  4. church financial reporting requirements.
Rev. Kelvin Sauls

Homeless, But Not Hopeless: Every Congregation Can Do Something

A Panel Discussion to examine the challenge of homelessness, explore root causes and symptoms, and expose creative partnerships between congregations and community-based organizations engaged in ministries of compassion and advocacy. Asset-based strategies will be our point of departure.
Dr. Arnetha E. Inge

Domestic Abuse: The Moral and Prophetic Challenge for the Church

The statistics on domestic abuse are shocking; domestic abuse occurs in an estimated four million intimate relationships each year in the United States, and according to Catherine Clark Kroeger, “Sociologists, estimate that abuse occurs within about 25 percent of Christian church families, and the church has failed where needed most.” It is the goal of this workshop to enlighten the Church about the prevalence of abuse in society and how it affects the denomination. Many members in our churches are experiencing abuse; but currently the care for victims has a minute presence in the Church. We will also consider the role of the Church in developing a contextually appropriate, theological, and scripturally based ethic of care for ministering to battered, bruised, and abused; as well as accountability for abusers within the fold.
Dr. Sharon Rhodes-Wickett,

Let’s talk about the “T” in LGBTQI

How the church can be a safe and welcoming community for transgender persons? A panel will share their experiences and perspectives to both educate and encourage the church to grow in being the beloved community, embodying welcoming grace to transgender children, youth and adults.
Dr. Curtiss Takada-Rooks

Beyond Cultural Competency & Diversity: Doing Culture

What is cultural competency? And is that enough? Conversations in diversity and cultural competency generally focus on notions of inclusion. That is, “Who’s sitting at the table?” But, rarely do we ask what does this really mean? What are the implications for inclusiveness? Rather than a “how to” workshop per se, it seeks to examine our goals for diversity and whether the questions we ask hinder us from actually achieving it. And, along the way perhaps discover strategies for “doing culture.”
Rev. Janet Gollery McKeithen

Hate Groups are organizing in our Communities. How can the Local Church Respond?

There are people in our communities who believe that the “white race” is in danger of extinction. Their fear drives them to take drastic measures as shown in Charlottesville and communities in Southern California. Should we get involved? If so, how can we address this issue? Is it dangerous to get involved? Is it dangerous to be silent? Following a brief theological discussion, this workshop will explore specific ways you can address systemic racism and its more blatant expressions. Every church can be involved. We’ll show you how.
Ms. Leslie K. Gray

Worship Art, Inspiration for Contemplation (Part 1)

This is a two-part workshop on the history and creation of art for worship. The morning will cover the history and cultural references of the unique form of Shadow Art. The afternoon will be a hands-on opportunity to explore possibilities utilizing the process of creating shadow-cut art pieces. This workshop is designed for adults and youth ages 12 and up. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Ms. Anne Hawthorne

Beyond Welcome: Engaging and Supporting Young Adults at Church

Many churches want to welcome young people into their church But is an invitation to Sunday morning worship, or greeting them at the door, enough? What’s it like for a young person away from home to walk into a new church, possibly a church with a congregation very different from their home or family? How do you move past that awkward greeting into an authentic relationship? Stories from a multi-generational, interracial, cross-conference panel will explore assumptions about what separates us, and what has brought us together to build beloved community. All ages welcome.
Ms. Tricia D. Hamilton

#youthworkersuperheroes

This workshop will assist all youth workers on how to engage their youth in ministry. As a youth worker, you will learn techniques on how to reach youth where they are in their Christian journey by building their leadership skills to be used in the group and church, participating in group building activities, and fun engaging Bible lessons that lead to great discussions. Most of all, you will be provided with ideas to engage youth in Service, Outreach, Study, Fellowship, and Worship. God is looking for youth worker superheroes that are ready to use their super powerful gifts.
Dr. John C. Holbert,

Real Leadership: Exodus 32

Exodus 32 is one of the Bible’s great texts, written with brilliance and unusual insight about many issues. The workshop will focus in this reading of the text on the issue of leadership. Two major figures are to seen here — Moses and Aaron — and the ways they approach the task of leading Israel are very different and quite illuminative of ways we all may think about being leaders in our own time. We will read the text line by line, so bring a Bible and prepare to plunge deeply into a story that can change your life.
Ms. Jan Hanson

Human Resources: Developing Personnel Policies (Part 2)

This workshop will focus on practical information that may be used in the development of policies for non-appointed staff of the church. A sample personnel policy document will be distributed to each attendee, with a review of the document forming the basis of the discussion. Each church with representatives in attendance will receive a CD containing the sample policy that can be adapted by the SPRC to the unique circumstances of each church. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Phil Freeman

Serving as a Trustee (Part 2)

So you’ve volunteered to be on the Board of the Trustees or you have been voted President, now what? At the Trustee Workshop, you will receive an overview of an individual's role to be a productive member of this local church ministry. The workshop will include but not be limited to: oversight, maintenance, and supervision of all local church property, tools to maintaining adequate insurance coverage on all church property and developing appropriate risk management policies. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Ms. Archana Carey (Treasurer/Executive Director of Finance & Facilities, Cal-Pac Conference) and Joyce Zirkle (Executive Secretary to Cal-Pac Conference Treasurer)

Tables 1, 2, & 3 Report Training

We will begin with why Tables 1, 2 & 3 are necessary and how the information is used by the denomination. This workshop will guide you on how to enter and submit your Tables in the EZRA system. There will be information advising participants how to properly complete your Tables in order to avoid errors that may cause your church apportionments to increase unnecessarily.
Ms. Beverly Davis

Best Practices of Effective Church Financial Systems

We will learn about the characteristics and best practices of effective church financial systems in the following areas:
  1. basic church financial responsibilities;
  2. required elements of a church financial system infrastructure;
  3. day-to-day financial duties and practices;
  4. church financial reporting requirements.
Rev. Barbara Troxell

Prayer and Spiritual Discernment

Come and rest in God’s presence as you learn about and experience several forms of prayer. This workshop will provide refreshment for your spirit and offer guidance as you discern God’s direction for your life. You will also discover ways to share these prayer experiences with others in your congregation. Your leader, Rev. Troxell, is a United Methodist clergywoman who has served in parishes, campus ministry, church administration, and seminary education.
Rev. Sharon Rhodes Wickett

Let’s talk about the “T” in LGBTQI

How the church can be a safe and welcoming community for transgender persons? A panel will share their experiences and perspectives to both educate and encourage the church to grow in being the beloved community, embodying welcoming grace to transgender children, youth and adults.
Ms. Sharon McCart, M.Div.

Opening Doors and Hearts Wider: Ways to Help People with Disabilities Belong

Adding a ramp and remodeling a rest room are great ways to welcome people with disabilities, but helping people with disabilities belong to your congregation means much more! This workshop will cover ways to break down the barriers that hold people back from fully participating in worship, Bible study, Sunday School, and other church activities. Barriers include blocked accessibility, resistant attitudes, limited communication methods and more. Many changes cost little or no money! Come and bring your questions!
Rev. Victor Cyrus-Franklin

Soul Power: Engaging, Equipping and Empowering Young Adults in the Local Church

While ministry with young adults brings new challenges with every generation, the Holy Spirit gives us the power to transform lives in Jesus’ name (Acts 1:8). This workshop will engage key principles and strategies for disciple-making with young adults through the local church.
Ms. Leslie K. Gray

Worship Art, Inspiration for Contemplation (Part 2)

This is a two-part workshop on the history and creation of art for worship. The morning will cover the history and cultural references of the unique form of Shadow Art. The afternoon will be a hands-on opportunity to explore possibilities utilizing the process of creating shadow-cut art pieces. This workshop is designed for adults and youth ages 12 and up. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Dr. Curtiss Takada-Rooks

Beyond Cultural Competency & Diversity: Doing Culture

What is cultural competency? And is that enough? Conversations in diversity and cultural competency generally focus on notions of inclusion. That is, “Who’s sitting at the table?” But, rarely do we ask what does this really mean? What are the implications for inclusiveness? Rather than a “how to” workshop per se, it seeks to examine our goals for diversity and whether the questions we ask hinder us from actually achieving it. And, along the way perhaps discover strategies for “doing culture.”
Dr. Arnetha E. Inge

Domestic Abuse: The Moral and Prophetic Challenge for the Church

The statistics on domestic abuse are shocking; domestic abuse occurs in an estimated four million intimate relationships each year in the United States, and according to Catherine Clark Kroeger, “Sociologists, estimate that abuse occurs within about 25 percent of Christian church families, and the church has failed where needed most.” It is the goal of this workshop to enlighten the Church about the prevalence of abuse in society and how it affects the denomination. Many members in our churches are experiencing abuse; but currently the care for victims has a minute presence in the Church. We will also consider the role of the Church in developing a contextually appropriate, theological, and scripturally based ethic of care for ministering to battered, bruised, and abused; as well as accountability for abusers within the fold.
Rev. Janet Gollery McKeithen

Hate Groups are organizing in our Communities. How can the Local Church Respond?

There are people in our communities who believe that the “white race” is in danger of extinction. Their fear drives them to take drastic measures as shown in Charlottesville and communities in Southern California. Should we get involved? If so, how can we address this issue? Is it dangerous to get involved? Is it dangerous to be silent? Following a brief theological discussion, this workshop will explore specific ways you can address systemic racism and its more blatant expressions. Every church can be involved. We’ll show you how.
Ms. Tricia D. Hamilton

#youthworkersuperheroes

This workshop will assist all youth workers on how to engage their youth in ministry. As a youth worker, you will learn techniques on how to reach youth where they are in their Christian journey by building their leadership skills to be used in the group and church, participating in group building activities, and fun engaging Bible lessons that lead to great discussions. Most of all, you will be provided with ideas to engage youth in Service, Outreach, Study, Fellowship, and Worship. God is looking for youth worker superheroes that are ready to use their super powerful gifts.
Ms. Jan Hanson

Human Resources: Developing Personnel Policies (Part 2)

This workshop will focus on practical information that may be used in the development of policies for non-appointed staff of the church. A sample personnel policy document will be distributed to each attendee, with a review of the document forming the basis of the discussion. Each church with representatives in attendance will receive a CD containing the sample policy that can be adapted by the SPRC to the unique circumstances of each church. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Phil Freeman

Serving as a Trustee (Part 2)

So you’ve volunteered to be on the Board of the Trustees or you have been voted President, now what? At the Trustee Workshop, you will receive an overview of an individual's role to be a productive member of this local church ministry. The workshop will include but not be limited to: oversight, maintenance, and supervision of all local church property, tools to maintaining adequate insurance coverage on all church property and developing appropriate risk management policies. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Ms. Archana Carey (Treasurer/Executive Director of Finance & Facilities, Cal-Pac Conference) and Joyce Zirkle (Executive Secretary to Cal-Pac Conference Treasurer)

Tables 1, 2, & 3 Report Training

We will begin with why Tables 1, 2 & 3 are necessary and how the information is used by the denomination. This workshop will guide you on how to enter and submit your Tables in the EZRA system. There will be information advising participants how to properly complete your Tables in order to avoid errors that may cause your church apportionments to increase unnecessarily.
Ms. Beverly Davis

Best Practices of Effective Church Financial Systems

We will learn about the characteristics and best practices of effective church financial systems in the following areas:
  1. basic church financial responsibilities;
  2. required elements of a church financial system infrastructure;
  3. day-to-day financial duties and practices;
  4. church financial reporting requirements.
Rev. Sharon Rhodes Wickett

Let’s talk about the “T” in LGBTQI

How the church can be a safe and welcoming community for transgender persons? A panel will share their experiences and perspectives to both educate and encourage the church to grow in being the beloved community, embodying welcoming grace to transgender children, youth and adults.
Dr. Curtiss Takada-Rooks

Beyond Cultural Competency & Diversity: Doing Culture

What is cultural competency? And is that enough? Conversations in diversity and cultural competency generally focus on notions of inclusion. That is, “Who’s sitting at the table?” But, rarely do we ask what does this really mean? What are the implications for inclusiveness? Rather than a “how to” workshop per se, it seeks to examine our goals for diversity and whether the questions we ask hinder us from actually achieving it. And, along the way perhaps discover strategies for “doing culture.”
Dr. Arnetha E. Inge

Domestic Abuse: The Moral and Prophetic Challenge for the Church

The statistics on domestic abuse are shocking; domestic abuse occurs in an estimated four million intimate relationships each year in the United States, and according to Catherine Clark Kroeger, “Sociologists, estimate that abuse occurs within about 25 percent of Christian church families, and the church has failed where needed most.” It is the goal of this workshop to enlighten the Church about the prevalence of abuse in society and how it affects the denomination. Many members in our churches are experiencing abuse; but currently the care for victims has a minute presence in the Church. We will also consider the role of the Church in developing a contextually appropriate, theological, and scripturally based ethic of care for ministering to battered, bruised, and abused; as well as accountability for abusers within the fold.
Rev. Janet Gollery McKeithen

Hate Groups are organizing in our Communities. How can the Local Church Respond?

There are people in our communities who believe that the “white race” is in danger of extinction. Their fear drives them to take drastic measures as shown in Charlottesville and communities in Southern California. Should we get involved? If so, how can we address this issue? Is it dangerous to get involved? Is it dangerous to be silent? Following a brief theological discussion, this workshop will explore specific ways you can address systemic racism and its more blatant expressions. Every church can be involved. We’ll show you how.
Ms. Sharon McCart, M.Div.

Opening Doors and Hearts Wider: Ways to Help People with Disabilities Belong

Adding a ramp and remodeling a rest room are great ways to welcome people with disabilities, but helping people with disabilities belong to your congregation means much more! This workshop will cover ways to break down the barriers that hold people back from fully participating in worship, Bible study, Sunday School, and other church activities. Barriers include blocked accessibility, resistant attitudes, limited communication methods and more. Many changes cost little or no money! Come and bring your questions!
Rev. Victor Cyrus-Franklin

Soul Power: Engaging, Equipping and Empowering Young Adults in the Local Church

While ministry with young adults brings new challenges with every generation, the Holy Spirit gives us the power to transform lives in Jesus’ name (Acts 1:8). This workshop will engage key principles and strategies for disciple-making with young adults through the local church.
Ms. Leslie K. Gray

Worship Art, Inspiration for Contemplation (Part 2)

This is a two-part workshop on the history and creation of art for worship. The morning will cover the history and cultural references of the unique form of Shadow Art. The afternoon will be a hands-on opportunity to explore possibilities utilizing the process of creating shadow-cut art pieces. This workshop is designed for adults and youth ages 12 and up. THIS WORKSHOP SPANS BOTH SESSIONS!
Ms. Tricia D. Hamilton

#youthworkersuperheroes

This workshop will assist all youth workers on how to engage their youth in ministry. As a youth worker, you will learn techniques on how to reach youth where they are in their Christian journey by building their leadership skills to be used in the group and church, participating in group building activities, and fun engaging Bible lessons that lead to great discussions. Most of all, you will be provided with ideas to engage youth in Service, Outreach, Study, Fellowship, and Worship. God is looking for youth worker superheroes that are ready to use their super powerful gifts.
Rev. Barbara Troxell

Prayer and Spiritual Discernment

Come and rest in God’s presence as you learn about and experience several forms of prayer. This workshop will provide refreshment for your spirit and offer guidance as you discern God’s direction for your life. You will also discover ways to share these prayer experiences with others in your congregation. Your leader, Rev. Troxell, is a United Methodist clergywoman who has served in parishes, campus ministry, church administration, and seminary education.

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Early Bird - Register before January 22, 2018

$15

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Childcare provided – sign up at registration.
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$25

Free parking.
Lunch included.
Childcare provided – sign up at registration.
Practical ministry training.
Quick online registration via credit card and check.
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Register at the Door - February 3rd

$25

Free parking.
Lunch included.
Too late to register for childcare.
Practical ministry training.
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West District Training Conference

Holman UMC
3320 West Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90018
323.731.7285

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