Participation in the Final Global Ministry Forums Encouraged









Participation in the Final Global Ministry Forums Encouraged




Participation in Final Forums Encouraged

CLEVELAND, TN:  As October begins, only five Global Ministry Forums are left to be conducted. Ministers and laity who have not previously attended a forum are encouraged to participate in one of the remaining forums.

“Every person who has not already attended a forum and who is interested in the future of the Church of God should try to attend one of the last few forums,” noted Dr. Timothy M. Hill, General Overseer of the Church of God. “Without all the rules that limit what can be discussed at meetings like the General Assembly, these forums have been an open and honest discussion about the issues. So don’t miss these final few opportunities to be heard.”

On Tuesday evening, Oct. 1, a forum will be held in the Pacific Northwest at New Life Fellowship Church in Longview, WA and then on Thursday, Oct. 3, another forum will occur at the Church on Strayer in the Toledo, OH area. 

Those Global Ministry Forums will be followed by others in Hurst, TX (Oct. 15); Chicago, IL (Romanian Convention, Nov. 9); and Dasmarinas City, Philippines (Nov. 15).

The Global Ministry Forum survey will also close in mid-November. Everyone is encouraged to complete the survey, regardless of whether you are able to attend a forum.  More information on the remaining forums and the survey can be found at the Global Ministry Forums website by clicking or taping the button below.
 

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