Do you want to revitalize your congregation?
Do you want to attract new church seekers?
Then join us on November 12-13, for a two-day conference on social justice, worship and creating a culture of connection.
According to a recent United Methodist Church study, the top driver for continued church attendance is genuine community. And one of the top passions of church seekers is social justice.
With fabulous speakers, inspiring worship experiences, and an array of terrific workshops, you’ll come away from JustWorship with practical strategies and great new ideas for worship that resonate with what people want today.
What can you expect at JustWorship? Experience 10 hours of inspiration and fellowship. Meet, engage and learn from 2 speakers dedicated to social justice and reconciliation. Explore prayer, hospitality, worship design and more fresh ideas from our 8 workshops. Re-imagine what music can bring to worship with our 6 designers and musicians from Oak Worship Strategies. Finally, open your heart, mind and senses to experience 5 worship spaces and the unique emotions and perspectives each one imparts.
Full Conference Experience
Join us for this annual, two-day event at Perkins School of Theology to hear author, speaker, activist, and public theologian Brian McLaren along with Sandra Maria Van Opstal.
A second-generation Latina, Van Opstal is a liturgist and activist dedicated to re-imagining worship that mobilizes for reconciliation and justice.
View a schedule of events, see pricing details and learn more about the workshops offered.
Register by October 28 and save up to $80!
Can’t make the whole conference, but still want to experience these powerful speakers? RSVP for the free evening session here.
Speakers: Brian McLaren and Sandra Van Opstal
“How Can Worship Save or Destroy the Planet?”
MONDAY NOVEMBER 12, 2018
Highland Park United Methodist Church – Wesley Hall
3300 Mockingbird Ln, Dallas, TX 75205
7:30 to 9 p.m.
9:00 to 9:30 p.m. Book signing – Wesley Hall Lobby
FREE Session RSVP