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Michael Harvey Helped Equip Us to Invite Others to “Come and See” Jesus Among Us at St. Paul’s

June 15, 2013

We spent a tremendous two days at St. Paul’s reflecting on the Great Commission, as we had the privilege of hosting Michael Harvey for the Diocese. Embedded above are three photos from the Clergy Study Day and the Thursday evening and Friday morning open sessions. Michael spoke with us about unlocking the growth God desires, through facing the fears that hinder us from becoming not only a welcoming but also an inviting church. Thank you so much, Iona Shaw, other Hospitality Committee members Joan Barr and Joyce Clark, others who helped with set-up and clean-up, and the fourteen members of our Parish who attended!

Michael has written a book on the subject of his presentations on Thursday and Friday, called Unlocking the Growth. You’re welcome to borrow this from my Book Nook in the Hall. There is also lots of great material available from the website: www.unlockingthegrowth.com.

Michael has put together videos about each of what he sees to be “twelve steps to becoming an inviting church.” Embedded below are the first two. I’ll post videos 3 and 4 next week, 5 and 6 the week after, and then 7 through 12 in August. 

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