Thursday, August 08, 2013

If You Can't Go to the Wild Goose Festival in North Carolina to Hear Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber...You Can Catch Her Here in Albuquerque

Nadia Bolz-Weber is preachng this weekend at the Third Annual Wild Goose Festival in North Carolina on Aug. 8-11. And chances are most of us won't be able to make it out to Hot Springs, N.C., to hear Rev. BolzWeber and several fabulous speakers (including long-time New Mexico resident John Dear, S.J.).

But fear not: Rev. Bolz-Weber, founding pastor of House for All Sinners and Saints in Denver, is coming to Albuquerque shortly after the Wild Goose Festival. She will be the featured presenter for the first segment of the New Mexico Conference of Churches' Congregational Vitality Series at the Bosque Center, 6400 Coors Blvd. NW.  She will lead us in a conversation about innovative, compelling, and Gospel communities in the 21st Centry.

Cost is $35. Lunch and refreshments will be provided  Register here.  All lay and ordained leaders are invited!  For more information contact the NMCC,  This event is co-sponsored by the New Mexico Conference of Churches, Called Back to the Well, and the Bosque Center.   

If you want to know more about Rev. Bolz-Weber, check out the video below (featuring her 2011 address at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary and read The Pentecost sermon she preached at the Festival of Homelitics.

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