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Effective Asian Young Adult Ministry Workshop, Mar. 28, 2009 (Cupertino, Bay Area)

Friday, March 27, 2009

MORE THAN 40 HAVE REGISTERED! COME EARLY TOMORROW!

Good morning! I am looking forward to seeing many of you tomorrow at the Effective Asian American Young Adults Ministries workshop (March 28, 9 AM – 2 PM).

HERE ARE SOME LAST MINUTE DETAILS AND REMINDERS

  • We are meeting at:
Good Shepherd Christian Church, Cupertino
940 South Stelling Road (at Jollyman Lane)
Cupertino, CA 95014
http://www.gschristian.org
(just South of De Anza College, next to Jollyman Park)
Pastors Joseph Chiu and Peter Wang are our hosts.
  • The doors will open at 8:30 AM for registration, tea, coffee, light snacks, and fellowship!
  • If you have not yet paid the registration fee, please bring a check payable to ISAAC and give it to Marie McCulley, our registrar.
  • If you need to contact us tomorrow, call Marie McCulley – our registrar – at her cell phone (626) 372-9264. Email her at this link.
  • If you have any questions today, it would be best to speak to Johnson Chiu at his cell phone (925) 548-3762 or via email at this link. I’ll be in meetings almost all day.

NOTE: If you are one of the first 10 to arrive, you’ll be eligible for a “door prize”! If you stay to the very end, you can win another “prize”! It’ll be informative AND fun!

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Effective Asian American Young Adult Ministry
An ISAAC Equipping & Resource Center workshop – co-sponsored by the Good Shepherd Christian Church
Saturday, March 28, 2008 (8:30 am – 2 pm) <- corrected
Good Shepherd Christian Church, Cupertino
940 South Stelling Road
Cupertino, CA 95014
http://www.gschristian.org

What this workshop is about:

Asian American young adults are fast becoming one of the nation’s most influential groups. Yet, in many Chinese, Taiwanese, and other Asian American churches today they can hardly be found. What do we need to understand in approaching this large segment of the population?

Come and find out by hearing from people who are on the front lines, working with young adults in an effective manner today. This panel features hosting Pastors Peter Wang and Joseph Chiu and Tim Tseng, Executive Director of ISAAC. The workshop also offers plenty of time for questions and interaction to equip you in your ministry.

The workshop is geared towards pastors, ministry leaders and adults concerned about reaching young adults.

The fee for this one-day workshop (including lunch) is only $30. Participants from ISAAC member churches receive a 20% discount ($24/registrant). Find out how your church can be an ISAAC member church – contact Johnson Chiu at faithwalk40@yahoo.com

Register on-line at https://fs16.formsite.com/sanacs/form662985063/secure_index.html

Tentative Schedule:

8:30   Doors and registration open – come for fellowship, tea, coffee, and light snacks!

9:00   Welcome (Johnson Chiu, Director of the ER Center)

9:15   Tim Tseng (Asian American Young Adult Culture and Needs)

9:45   Joseph Chiu (How Immigrant Generation Church Leaders Can Help)

10:30  Groups (to provide feedback and additional suggestions)

11:00   Peter Wang (Ideas for Reaching and Retaining Young Adults)

11:45   Groups (to provide feedback and additional suggestions)

12:15   Lunch

12:45   Panel Questions & Answers; Sharing of Group Feedback

1:45    Wrap up and ISAAC Announcements

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  1. Joanna
    March 9, 2009 at 9:42 pm

    Sounds like it’ll be a great event. Is there a way for those who cannot attend to learn more about what is discussed and shared? Podcast, or handouts?

  2. March 9, 2009 at 9:48 pm

    Yep, we plan on recording and sharing the information. ISAAC hopes to produce a resource from this event. Hope you can come!

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