The EFCA Southeast is formed by the EFCA churches of Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana to serve the people in those states for the glory of God. We also serve Haiti and Puerto … Read More...
CHURCH BEYOND IMAGINATION 2016
a different kind of pastors’ conference
What if you could look into the future and see what your church needed do to have a major Kingdom influence in the years to come? Now you can!
Cast Member Church serves a mission field that is 10-20 years into the future; The Walt Disney Company. The Walt Disney Company is the recognized leader in every area of innovation, including business, technology, employee development, and cultural integration. Cast Member Church serves over 100,000+ employees (Cast Members) who work in the parks, hotels, and movie studios everyday. Now you have the opportunity to learn directly from the leaders of Cast Member Church and discover how you, your leaders, and your church can adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing culture.
The CHURCH BEYOND IMAGINATION Pastors’ Conference registration is now officially open to all. Sponsored by the Evangelical Free Church of America/Southeast District (EFCA-SE) and hosted by Cast Member Church (Anaheim/Orlando/Burbank), it runs October 19-21 at The Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
Attendance is limited to the first 35 participants to guarantee a quality experience for everyone.
Click HERE to register for the Conference.
Registration runs through 11:59pm October 14.
Please contact the EFCA-SE office for questions about your online registration:
(813) 618-0796 or email@example.com.
Please contact Pastor Steven Barr for questions about
the conference schedule, content, times, details, lodging, transportation, etc.:
Book Your Lodging Directly
Call the Disney Group Reservations Phone Team:
Use the Church Beyond Imagination online booking website:
Transportation info will be coming soon.
From EFCA ReachGlobal Crisis Response
This morning’s image from a flooded South Carolina home brought me to this question, “What would my living room look like with four feet of water in it?” Have you ever thought about that? What would you feel? Where would you start?For Pastor James Walden, Riverside Community Church (EFCA), his initial assessment of this storms affect on his community was summed up in one word. “Catastrophic”. He continued, “This is most destructive flooding in recent memory, clearly surpassing the effects of previous hurricanes”.The church itself has some lower level flooding, and is trying to reach out to members to determine the broader effects of this unprecedented rain event, but staff are heeding the wise warnings of EMA officials to stay put and not be adding to dangerous situations on flooded roadways.While the extent of the flood effects in Columbia, SC may not be fully understood for several days due to the continued high water and damage to infrastructure, EFCA ReachGlobal Crisis Response has initiated a response to this 1000 year flood event. Our staff is arriving in the region tomorrow to help Riverside Community Church in the initial response stages, but also to think through the long term disciple-making and compassionate outreach opportunities that crises like this present.
Join with us and the EFCA Southeast District in responding:
1. The emotional and physical trauma that this unprecedented event is having in the lives of people in S.C.
2. Riverside Community Church leaders to have wisdom in how to lead the church and the community in response to this tragedy.
3. Riverside’s compassionate outreach to those being sheltered in their facility.
4. Pray for wisdom for the ReachGlobal Crisis Response assessment team and our following God’s leading and His plan for our response.
Give: to the flood recovery outreach and crisis response needs through ReachGlobal’s ‘Flood Response Account’ 2170-3990.Checks payable to EFCA referencing #3990 in the memo line can be sent to:EFCA, 901 E. 78th St, Minneapolis, MN 55420
Churches or individuals who are considering organizing teams should email firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on a list for the future long term response needs.