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Theme: “The End of the World As We Know It”
Have the last few years caused you to ask questions about the big picture? What does God want for you, for the Church, for the whole world? The Bible doesn’t always give us specific answers, but it does give us a big, overarching story about what God intends for the world. Knowing the arc of that story helps us to figure out where we’ve been, and where we’re headed; and most importantly, it gives us hope for a future that is more than we can possibly ask or imagine.
Erica Schemper is a Presbyterian minister who has served congregations in the Chicago area and California, with a focus on children, youth, and intergenerational ministry, and healthy congregational systems. Currently on a hiatus from full time church work, she keeps occupied with her three kids, knitting, taking long walks with the dog, presbytery volunteer work, and contemplating what might be next. She lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Trinity and Redwood Glen will follow state and San Mateo County's COVID-19 recommended safety protocols. In order to provide a safe and welcoming environment for the weekend, vaccinations and boosters will be required for all attendees 5 years and older. Proof of vaccination must be provided upon registration. More information about Redwood Glen here.