Registration opens for annual SOUL conference
Registration is now available for the annual SOUL (Spiritual Opportunity to Unite and Learn) Conference sponsored by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society for youth and young adults of African descent.
Slated for June 25 – 28 during General Convention 2015 in Salt Lake City, UT, the goal of the conference is to provide a safe place for discussion and growth.
Hosted by the Black Ministries office of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, participants at the SOUL conference “have the opportunity to celebrate cultural and spiritual gifts with enthusiasm and renewed vigor, learn engaging methods of Bible study, develop key leadership skills through group discussion while enjoying fun activities,” according the Rev. Canon Angela Ifill, Missioner for Black Ministries.
Youth participants should currently be in grades 8 – 12.
Registration is $200 per person. Registration is available here. Deadline for registration is April 20.
Ifill added, “The SOUL Conference has served the black community for several years and many of its participants have taken on leadership roles in their parishes and dioceses.”
For more information contact Angeline Cabanban, 212-716-6186.
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