Hudson River U. 3/16/19

Join us for the ever-popular equipping conference, Hudson River University! With workshops that will help your congregational leaders share best practices and the opportunity to connect with leaders serving in similar positions in other congregations, it’s a fabulous and fun day! Made possible by your congregation’s Mission Pledge to HRP.

On Saturday, March 16, from 9:30am-2:30pm at Stony Point Center, join leaders from across the presbytery! This university is open to all… old and young… any church members, officers or friends from any of our HRP congregations! The best part is that tuition is FREE!!! There will be a cost for lunch ($15) but any and all instruction and materials will be at no charge. Register now!

Opening Worship and Keynote Speaker, the Rev. Aquellah Ligonde, Pastor at Far Rockaway Presbyterian Church and Consultant with Youth Ministry Architects. Workshops are at 11:00am and 1:00pm. View full workshop descriptions and leader bios.

Register now and select your workshops!

Workshops at a Glance

WorkshopsLeaders
11:00 am – 12:15 pm
Storytelling as Youth Faith SharingRev. Aquellah Ligonde
Live-streaming Your WorshipRev. Paul Seelman and friends
Anti-Racism ConversationRev. Jeniffer Rodriguez &
Ruling Elder Connie Knapp
Mission in CubaRev. Matthew Jun,
Korean Presbyterian Church of
Westchester
Scotland’s Revolution that Divided a
Kingdom, a Nation, and its People
Rev. Clif Acklam, Presbyterian
Church of Scotland
1:00 – 2:15 pm
Confirmation ConversationTo Be Announced
Indigenous Rights and Colonial Wrongs:
Acknowledging our Settler Colonial
History
Ruling Elder Rob Trawick,
Rev. Jeffery Geary,
Will Summers,
Amira AbuLughod
God’s Creation, Our Home: Perspectives
from Peru on God’s Missional Call to
Harmony and its Impact on US
Congregations
Rev. Jed Koball, Member of
Hudson River Presbytery,
PC(USA) Mission Partner
in Peru
Social Media and Your ChurchRev. Emily Brewer,
Executive Director
Presbyterian Peace Fellowship
Stewardship 101HRP Stewardship Team
Rev. Charles Barton,
Ruling Elder Janis Upeslacis