Credentials Class – What Does it Mean to Be Congregational?

Scheduled for June 7-11, 2021 at Central Schwenkfelder Church in Lansdale, PA
Congregational History class offered by Credentials Committee

After the success of their theology course, the Credential’s Committee is sponsoring a second class, this time on the topic of historic Congregationalism. The course is entitled, “What Does It Mean to Be Congregational?will be held June 7-11, 2021 in Lansdale, PA at Central Schwenkfelder Church. The church is conveniently located north of Philadelphia. It is near the northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I476) off of the Lansdale exit.
Website: www.centralschwenkfelder.com

Rev. Nick Granitsas and Rev. Dr. Drake Williams will lead the class. It will be accredited through Missio Seminary in Philadelphia (www.missio.edu). The class will be offered in person and also via Zoom and will help those pursuing credentialing in the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference.
COSTS:
    • In person class price for enrichment – $ 250 for the week or $50 per day
    • In person class price for CCCC purposes – $400
    • For Missio Credit – $ 1060
    • Lodging and Lunch – $500
    • Books – approximately $30
    • Zoom enrichment – $ 200 or $40 per day
Those interested need to register by May 15, 2021. Email: register@cscfamily.org. Partial scholarships may be available.