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Our upcoming Leaders' Training Day with Alasdair Groves

Posted by Stephen Witmer on January 8th, 2019

Dear PCF,

One of the things I love about our church is the many people who cheerfully serve. My heart is full of thanks to God for each one of you.

If you serve in ministry at PCF, I want to invite you to our 10th annual Leaders’ Training Day on Saturday, February 2, 2019. We’re defining ‘leader’ broadly, as anyone who serves in ministry in any way at PCF. If you greet on Sunday mornings, or serve as a Deacon, or teach a PCF Kids class, or make the coffee, or mow the lawn, or lead a Life Group, or shovel the steps, or…the list goes on and one…you’re invited!

Our desire is to say thanks by providing an enjoyable time together with other PCF leaders and excellent Bible teaching that will equip you for even more effective ministry.

Our Leaders’ Training Day this year will run from 9am – 2pm on February 2 (come a bit early for coffee and a snack). We’ll provide lunch and childcare. Best of all, these training days are always times of togetherness and laughter and joy. I’m excited about our time together, because Alasdair Groves, the director of counseling at CCEF New England, will be teaching us about ‘Engaging Emotions.’ Alasdair will help us to grow in dealing well with our own feelings (especially the hard ones) before the Lord, which will also help us in ministering to others. Alasdair is a wise counselor and gifted speaker — this is going to be good!

Our past nine Leaders’ Training days have been highlights of my year, so I’m looking forward to our time together. Please join us! I’m confident it will equip all of us to better serve God and his people at PCF.

Please RSVP as soon as possible to Amanda Johnson in the church office for planning purposes. Also, if you’re a parent and bringing a child/children, please pack a lunch for your child. The children will eat lunch together downstairs.

With anticipation,

Pastor Stephen