POINT training will be held in Louisville, on the front end of the annual event of the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators annual event. This year’s topics are the new Being Reformed Bible Study series, using Growing in Grace & Gratitude children’s curriculum to minister to children with special needs, and training on Big God, Big Questions, the new confirmation curriculum, coming early summer 2018.
Each presbytery is allocated two seats at training, which will occur at the Presbyterian Center. To accommodate the largest number of people, POINT persons may choose between training Tuesday morning OR Wednesday morning. All POINT persons are invited to the POINT lunch on Wednesday.
Find more information and to register for training click on the links below:
Contact Malinda Spencer for more information
Youth Curriculum | Provide your church with resources that teach teenagers and young adults they can turn to their Bible and the Reformed tradition to find guidance throughout their lives.
Adult Curriculum | Engage the adults in your congregation with one of our many resources for adult study.
Children Curriculum | Equip your leaders to launch children on a lifelong adventure of learning Bible stories and to provide them a foundation for spiritual growth.
Presbyterians Organized in Nurture and Teaching (POINT) is a network of Christian educators who offer education expertise and curriculum interpretation skills to churches in their area. These volunteers, appointed by each presbytery and equipped through the Presbyterian Mission Agency, lead the way in assisting churches with their educational ministry.