Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Greg Henneman Coming to Albuquerque for Workshop on Urban Ministry

Rev. Donna McNiel & Rev. Greg Henneman
An old friend is coming back to New Mexico in April as a featured presenter for a spring workshop sponsored by the New Mexico Conference of Churches. That friend, Rev. Greg Henneman, will reflect on a very timely topic, Who is my Neighbor? An Invitation to Ministry.

Greg worked as associate pastor at Central United Methodist Church in Albuquerque for five years. As part of his ministry at Central UMC, he help found the Community of Hope, an opportunity for the housed and unhoused communities to share a meal and worship on Sunday afternoons.

In 2014, he left Albuquerque to take on the role of coordinator of the HEAL (Healthy Eating and Living) Initiative of Community Development for all People in Columbus, Ohio. "This embodiment of compassion is my goal in ministry," Greg says in his Looked with Compassion blog. "As much as I enjoy feeding people who are hungry, I have seen people’s lives changed because they were treated with the dignity and respect of a child of God."

 We invite you to attend Greg's workshop on Saturday, April 9, from 9:00 a.m. to Noon, at the office of the New Mexico Conference of Churches, 1019 2nd St. NW, Albuquerque (map). If you plan to attend, please RSVP to (so they know how many chairs to set up).  More information in the poster below.
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