360 Flourishing: Effective Community Engagement for the Church
Do you want to bless your community in ways that might impact substantive change on a spiritual level and also in areas that relate to education, jobs, health, etc?
Unite is happy to announce our 360 Flourishing Concentration, a 3-hour equipping workshop that will help you develop a foundation for dignified community engagement.
Who is invited: Pastors, outreach leaders, or anyone interested in growing their understanding and application of Christ-centered community engagement.
Join Ruth Evans, Executive Director of Unite for a FREE 15 minute informal, info session. If you have questions or you’re just curious about what you’ll learn, our process, how it works, costs, time commitments, etc. Or, join us for a free information session.
MARCH 2ND | UNITE QUARTERLY CONNECT
Calling all Pastors and Leaders. What is the state of flourishing across Atlanta? Where is the greatest need and how should the church respond? Come lunch and learn.
Make plans to join us in-person (or zoom) on MARCH 2ND for our Unite Quarterly Connect (formerly metro-wide gathering).
Special guest, Dr. Dana Rickman of Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education.
Dana is the fourth president of the Georgia Partnership, having previously served in positions of vice president and research and policy director. She joined the organization in July 2011 after serving as the Director of Research and Policy at the Annie E. Casey Foundation – Atlanta Civic Site. She has also worked for more than 10 years at Georgia State University conducting research on education programs within Georgia. She holds a Ph.D. from Georgia State University in Political Science and a BA from Mary Washington College. She has authored multiple articles in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters related to education policy and for over ten years served as the primary author of the Georgia Partnership’s annual Top Ten Issues to Watch report.