Fri, May 31 – Sun, June 2 at Camp Tamarack
Facilitator for the weekend:
Rev. Dr. Marcus Allen, Sr.— Mount Zion Baptist Church, Madison
A time to gather…
- to retreat from the demands of everyday lives
- for recharging and revival
- through interaction with Scripture and one another
- so we can come to a deeper understanding and
appreciation of faith and witness.
Arrival starting at 5:30 pm Friday.
Official program runs Saturday 9am—Saturday 5pm with an option to stay until Sunday.
Any questions, please contact:
Franklin Onwubuariri at 510-393-8546 or email@example.com
Carolyn Dugan at 715-281-2267 or Carolyn.firstname.lastname@example.org
You can register on line here
Friday Evening thru Saturday Afternoon
October 11-12, 2019
Optional Friday Pre-events
Green Lake Conference Center
Green Lake, WI
You may now make reservations for overnight room accommodations at beautiful Green Lake by calling (920) 294-3323.
Room Rates: $99.00+$23.00 (meal plan). Covers 1-2 adults. No charge for children ages 21 and under staying with their parents. $15.00 for each additional adult above 2. Occupancy varies by room.
Day Guests: $5.00 Attendee fee.
Meals for Day Guests who register before Friday September 27th:
- Breakfast: $10.50 per person*
- Lunch: $12.50 per person*
Meals for Day Guests who register between Friday September 27th and Tuesday October 8th:
- Breakfast: $12.50 per person*
- Lunch: $14.50 per person*
IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER PRIOR TO TUESDAY OCTOBER 8TH – Camp Green Lake cannot guarantee that there will be meal tickets available.
Optional Friday Banquet: details to be determined.
*: price does not include 5.5% WI sales tax.
Will be posted as they become available…
Plan now to join the American Baptist Women’s Ministries of Wisconsin at Camp Tamarack! Registration is now open – We will begin our Spring Retreat on the evening of June 7th and go through the weekend laughing and learning together. If you have any questions or need more information, contact Rev. Jane Mathison at 262-468-6811 or email@example.com
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Check out the list of contributions – Learnings/Gleanings – from the Second Plenary Session of the 2018 Annual Gathering – facilitated by Rev. Dr. Trinette McCray
Click the link below to look over the contributions from the tables at our Worshipful Work session on Saturday, October 13:
Tuesday, November 6th 2018
ABC-WI Regional Office
15330 Watertown Plank Rd., Elm Grove
(Video-conference and phone options available for those who cannot join in person. Please see below for information on how to join via video conference.)
This collegial luncheon will focus on naming and exploring sources and supporters that assist in fostering healthy and effective ministers – both those within and beyond the ABC-WI constituency.
Some of the questions & issues we will be examining are:
- In what areas do ministers in our region feel they need support?
- What sources/supports are currently meeting these needs?
- What needs are currently not being met, and what resources are available to meet those needs?
Our goal will be to clarify network strategies moving forward as we seek to resource and support ABC/WI ministers.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, Nov. 5 at 10:00 AM to help with lunch count. Please mention any food restrictions.
To join via video conference:
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/899885984
Or join via telephone: Dial 1 646 876 9923 Meeting ID: 899 885 984
(To see a quick user guide for Zoom, click HERE) (but use the link above, not the link on this guide)
To prepare for our conversations, consider these “Network Principles” that will guide us as collaboratively work to strengthen our common network around for the mission of “fostering healthy and effective ministers.”
Four Network Principles
(provided by American Baptist Home Mission Societies)
1. Mission, not organization: Advancing the mission takes priority over advancing the organization. Leaders adopt strategies and tactics to achieve the mission, not solely to stimulate organizational growth.
2. Trust, not control. Trust and shared values are far more important than formal control mechanisms such as contracts or accountability systems.
3. Humility, not brand. Organizations work alongside their peers as equals and willingly take a backseat when their partners are in a better position to lead.
4. Node, not hub. Those who embrace the network mindset see their organizations as one part of a larger web of activity directed toward a cause, not as the hub of the action.