Due the restrictions on gatherings imposed by the COVID-19 virus, and out of an abundance of caution, we have POSTPONED the Teaching Pastors Forum scheduled for March 26.

We will look to rescheduled this TPF in the future.

The FIRST Teaching Pastors Forum of 2020.

Presented by CENTRAL Wisconsin Seminary Site

Theology for/with/from the Church

“Spiritual Practices to Sustain Ministers and Ministry”

Where: Community Baptist Church   2249 N. Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 53206 – Rev. Dr. Demetrius Williams, Pastor POSTPONED


What: A Forum – “Spiritual Practices for Pastors and Ministers”

Who:  Rev. Karen Gygax-Rodriguez, Pastor, Federated Church, Green Lake, WI

For whom: Pastors and Ministers in SE Wisconsin interested in theological reflection

Rev. Karen Gygax-Rodriguez, Pastor of Federated Church in Green Lake will be facilitating a conversation about spiritual practices for pastors and ministers to sustain a life in ministry. Drawing on her own interests and work, especially during a sabbatical experience, Pastor Gygax-Rodriguez will be presenting practices from the breadth and depth of Christian tradition.

This offering has been POSTPONED. If you have any questions about this or any other Teaching Pastors Forum offering, please contact John Jones at the ABC/WI office (john.jones@abcofwi.org or 262-782-3140).


Stay tuned in for future Teaching Pastors Forums. Among future offerings:

Rev. Dr. Chakravarthy Zadda, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Waukesha, 
will be educating us on Christian-Hindu dialogues as well as the Baptist tenet of Freedom of Religion in both India and the United States. [DATE: April 23 – ALSO POSTPONED]

Rev. Dr. Demetrius Williams,  Pastor, Community Baptist Church of Greater Milwaukee, will be sharing more of his work, learning lessons from Paul for Pastoral Ministry, this time focusing on collegiality and collaboration with fellow ministers.

Rev. Dr. John R. Walton, Jr., Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church, Milwaukee, 
will be facilitating a conversation about Clergy self-care and avoiding burnout.

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