Intentionally Christian: Fostering Engaged Communities
June 23 through June 26, 2011

The 2011 Ohio Episcopal Celebration at Kenyon addresses a challenge facing the Episcopal Church today: What kinds of communities is the Spirit birthing today? What new ministries and new models are in the Church's present and future? How can we nurture engaged communities in our midst?

The conference will take place Thursday evening, June 23 through Sunday, June 26 on the campus of Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio.

Be a part of this exciting opportunity to rise to the challenge of being intentionally Christian in a society that threatens to leave the Church behind. Learn how some churches have built relational, supportive groups centered on the ministry of Jesus Christ and the movment of the Spirit. And then be a part of the movement yourself! For full agenda and registration information visit http://www.episcopalcelebration.diosohio.org

The Rev. Thomas BrackettKeynote speaker for the 2011 Ohio Episcopal Celebration at Kenyon (OECAK) is the Rev. Thomas Brackett. He is the Program Officer for Church Planting, Ministry Redevelopment and Fresh Expressions of Church at the Episcopal Church Center in New York City. His experience in ligurgical renewal and culturally-sensitive evangelism, as well as his innovative approach to the power of community discernment, will bring a fresh perspective on how God is engaging our hopes and dreams in new ministries.