Revision 6.6.2012: Online Registration will close at Midnight CT on Thursday, 6.7. Please be sure to register today! Tickets (Cash/Check preferred) will be available onsite as long as seats are available. Please email missmartishouse [at] me.com if you plan to pay onsite so we can get an accurate headcount. Thanks!
As part of our continuing efforts to prepare and equip the church of Richmond in Christian Community Development, we are excited to announce that Bob Lupton is coming to Richmond!
Date: Friday, June 8th
Time: Doors open at 6:30p, Bob will speak at 7pm.
Location: Northminster Church – Contemporary Worship Center
Ticket: $10, which can be purchased on CCDA’s Website (Christian Community Development Association): Pay Here
Your confirmation is your ticket.
Please use the attached flyer to announce it at your church, non-profit, website, Facebook, Twitter, etc! Feel free to forward as well. We are looking forward to an awesome gathering!!!
If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact me!
As part of the efforts to educate those interested in Christian Community Development in RVA, we have organized the following educational opportunity and time of discussion and networking! Keep reading! And feel free to share!
Unpacking the 2010 Census:
The New Realities of Race, Class and Jurisdiction in the Metro Richmond Area
Dr. John Moeser, Senior Fellow at the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement at the University of Richmond and Professor Emeritus, Urban Studies and Planning, at Virginia Commonwealth University, will present an overview of the 2010 census as it relates to race and economics in our region.
New census figures about poverty in metropolitan Richmond are startling. Neighborhoods that ten years ago were areas of high-density poverty no longer fit this profile. Meanwhile, areas in 2000 that didn’t fit the profile now do. Are there differences in poverty between city and suburb, between White and Black, between Asian and Latino?
In addition to hearing the data, presented by Dr. Moeser, we will take time to dialogue about..
- What does this mean to us as individual Jesus Followers, corporately as the church, and as non-profits and ministries?
- What does Jesus have to say on the topic?
- What are we called to do – individually and together?
- How should we pray?
Saturday, March 17th, 2012
9a – 12noon (Doors open and coffee available at 8:30a)
3121 Moss Side Avenue, Richmond, VA 23222
For headcount purposes, please RSVP though one of the following avenues:
Special thanks for Northminster Church for allowing us to use their space. And HUGE thanks to Dr. John Moeser for willingly sharing this information with us!