This year Canon Greg’s annual workshop will focus on preaching, time management as a spiritual discipline and leadership systems and challenges. These workshops are designed to benefit both new and experienced clergy. Cost is $40.00 at the door. Registration is free, below:
Chip Edgar: Preaching
Chip has been the Rector (Sr Pastor) of Church of the Apostles since March 2004. Chip and his wife, Beth have five children. “It can be kind of a zoo at our house,” he says, “but my family is my greatest joy. I am so proud of my kids. And I resonate with St. John when he wrote, ‘I have no greater joy than this: to hear that my children are walking in the truth’ (3 John 4). Regarding the parish, Fr Edgar comments that “we are people who have benefited from God’s grace, and we hope to be people who live that grace and make it known to others.” Raised in Huntsville, Alabama, Chip received a BA in Physical Education from Wheaton College. He then worked as a Campus Minister for the Coalition for Christian Outreach before studying theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and The School of Theology at the university of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. Chip was ordained a presbyter in May, 1994 and served parishes in Tennessee, Flroida, and Illinois before being called to Church of the Apostles.
Jack King: Redeeming the Time
Jack is a native of Knoxville, TN and serves as rector of Apostles Anglican Church in his hometown. Before serving at Apostles, Jack served Methodist churches in Knoxville and Gateshead, England. In England, Jack discovered his love for the Anglican tradition that would later become his spiritual home. He was ordained an Anglican priest in 2008 on his 30th birthday. Jack is married to Emily and they have two young children. Jack received a B.A. in History from Samford University and a Masters of Divinity from Duke Divinity School.
Dan Alger: Leadership Systems
Dan Alger is Provincial Canon for Church Planting for the Anglican Church in North America. Before moving to Georgia in the fall of 2012 to help plant Church of the Redeemer in Hamilton Mill/Dacula, Dan started a church in Fayetteville, NC in the military community surrounding Fort Bragg where he was Pastor for 10 years. He also served as the Director of Communications and Equipping for Anglican 1000, an initiative of the ACNA focused on church planting throughout North America. He has helped church planters and church plants as a friend, trainer and coach for many years.
Greg Goebel: Leading in Change and Conflict
Greg is Canon to the Ordinary of the Anglican Diocese of the South. He served in a non-denominational church before being called into the Anglican church in 2003. He has served as an Associate Pastor, Parish Administrator, and Rector. Greg is also the founder of AnglicanPastor.com.