Dates: California: Thursdays, October 26 - November 16, 2023 (5:30 PM – 7:30 PM PDT|PST) Hawaii: Thursdays, October 26 - November 2
- California: Thursdays, October 26 – November 16, 2023 (5:30 PM – 7:30 PM PDT|PST)
- Hawaii: Thursdays, October 26 – November 2 (2:30 PM – 4:30 PM HST) & November 9-16, 2023 (3:30 PM – 5:30 PM HST)
- Guam & Saipan: Fridays, October 27 – November 3 (10:30 AM – 12:30 PM ChST) & November 10-17, 2023 (11:30 AM – 1:30 PM ChST)
Location: online (Zoom)
Cost: $75. The purchase or borrowing of a book is also required.
Registration due: October 23, 2023
This course is open to participants from all Cal-Pac districts. A minimum number of participants is required; if the class is canceled because not enough people register, registrants will be notified by email and those who have paid will be refunded. The maximum number of participants is 24.
This course focuses on building Christian leaders both theologically and practically from a Wesleyan perspective.
- Attendance is required at all sessions for credit, as well as a two-hour assignment beyond the classroom, for a total of 10 hours.
- All those seeking certification as a Certified Lay Minister are invited to participate. This course is a required course for those seeking Certified Lay Minister status. For more about Certified Lay Ministry, visit the CLM web page at www.calpacumc.org/clm.
- This course is also open to anyone who would like to attend for self-improvement/edification purposes.
- For Certified Lay Speakers and Certified Lay Servants, this course can be an Advanced LSM Course, but it is not one of the six required courses for Certified Lay Speaker.
- Instructor is Rev. John Farley, Assistant to the Bishop. He is an active elder in full connection and has previously served as a District Superintendent, Cabinet Dean, and senior pastor in the local church.
- Materials: Participants should have a copy of Living Your Strengths: Discover Your God Given Talents and Inspire Your Community by Albert L. Winsemann, Donald O. Clifton, and Curt Liesveld. The book is available in from Amazon or Cokesbury.
Zoom information will be sent to you closer to the start date.
- Technical requirements: To participate in Zoom meetings, participants must have a reliable Internet connection, and a laptop, tablet, or smartphone device that can download and install the Zoom app. A web or phone camera and a microphone are highly recommended, although some users may call in via phone if a mic is not available.
For questions, contact CLM Registrar Denise Serino at email@example.com.