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OAKLAND CITY YOUTH GROUP | YOUTH AND PARENTS TOGETHER | A Dialogue on Faith and Spirituality

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Sunday, October 20th

4:00-6:30pm + dinner

at First Presbyterian Church, Oakland

2619 Broadway  Oakland, CA 94612  

Youth and Young Adults are having an experience of the world, the church, and their spirit which is essential for adults to hear.  Adults are having an experience of the world, the church, and their spirit which is essential for young people to hear.

 

We need to speak with one another about the things that matter, and do so across generational lines. Not to debate or convince, but as a way to deepen understanding, to ignite compassion, and to strengthen relationship.

 

You are invitedto join other parents and youth for an afternoon of conversation about things that matter,with special guest Allison Rennie, youth minister, teacher, artist, poet and spiritual director.

 

When:  Sunday, October 20, 2013, 4 to 6:30 p.m. (includes light supper)

 

Where:  Reception Room, First Presbyterian Church of Oakland,

2619 Broadway at 27th street

Fee: $5 per person for leader stipend and supper

 

 

About Allison Rennie

 

Allison Rennie has worked with children, youth, young adults and their leaders for more than 25 years in a wide variety of contexts.  She is a gifted teacher and deeply passionate about nurturing the spirituality of people all ages.  Allison loves to play with story, images and words.

 

With experience at all levels of the United Church of Canada, she served for 12 years as a Program Director at Naramata Centre in British Colombia, Canada, where her responsibilities included leadership of the Children, Youth and Young Adult Summer Program, the Certificate Program in Youth Ministry in BC, and the Centre’s foundational program, Winter Session for Young Adults.

She completed an MFA in Writing and Consciousness

from the California Institute

of Integral Studies, San Francisco.

 

Call or email Monte if you have any questions.

510.520.0746 | montemcclain@gmail.com
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