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Vibrant Living, Vibrant Faith: Inspiring a New Culture of Senior Ministry
Vibrant Living, Vibrant Faith One-Day Conference: Inspiring A New Culture of Senior Ministry
Thursday, May 17, 2012, 9:30 a.m.- 2:45 p.m.
Johns Hopkins University, Rockville Campus
9605 Medical Center Drive
Register by May 11
Sponsored by National Lutheran Communities & Services and Fellowship Square Foundation, will offer an insightful, inter-faith, multi-denominational forum that will serve as a resource for faith leaders, lay leaders and all those working with seniors.
Learn new tips for creatively enhancing senior ministry, as well as collectively tackling the traditional stereotypes of senior ministry today. Hear from inspiring keynote speakers, authors and faith leaders in this field. Whether you are a faith leader, volunteer or a health care worker, there are tangible takeaways to reinvigorate your passion for serving seniors. For more information, or to register, visit www.vibrantlivingfaith.org
|Where||Johns Hopkins University - Montgomery County Campus 9601 Medical Center Dr, Rockville, MD 20850 (Conference Main Sessions and Registrations will be held in the 9605 building. Due to construction, it is best to enter the campus from the Broschart Road entrance.)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:30 am–2:45 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Seniors|
More About Johns Hopkins University - Montgomery County Campus
Best-known for its flagship campus and world-renowned medical center in Baltimore, Johns Hopkins's campus in Montgomery County hosts evening classes for 4,000 graduate students in the Carey Business School, the School of Education, the Whiting School of Engineering and the Zanvyl Kreiger School of Arts and Sciences.
The 215,000-square-foot campus has big plans that include an ultimate expansion to 2.6 million square feet that will put thousands of academics, researchers and entrepreneurs on a single campus.
The campus is part of the Great Seneca Science Corridor Master Plan approved by the Montgomery County Council in 2010. As such, it is a cornerstone of county efforts to build a "Science City" that aims to foster collaborations between higher education, government and industry.