The Unity Project


The Unity Project: a united church in a divided world

Join the conversation on Saturday, February 29, 2020 from 9 AM to 3:15 PM

join the conversation now on The Unity Project Facebook page: Unity Project on Facebook

The Unity Project is a yearly event and a daily mission. The event is a yearly gathering in which Christians in Oregon come together to encourage unity in the Body of Christ. The mission is to live out that unity in our churches and our lives.

THE UNITY PROJECT: A UNITED CHURCH IN A DIVIDED WORLD

9—10:15 AM: Opening/Welcome/Worship (Pioneer Hall)

Matt Holmes: My Journey

Gene Sonnenberg: The Unity We Seek

10:15-10:30 AM Break

10:30-11:15 AM: Workshops (three offered simultaneously, offered twice)

1-The Mystery of the Gospel: Unity in the Writings of Paul—Matt Holmes

2-Unity Slogans: Sloppy But Serious—D.H. Shearer

3-In Essentials Unity—Gene Sonnenberg

11:15-12: Group Discussions (led by various church leaders from around the Northwest)

Obstacles to unity, unity in my church, my community, broader body of Christ

12-12:30: Lunch (Jubilee Lodge)

12:30-1:15: Afternoon Unity Session with LeRoy Lawson: The Agony and the Ecstasy (Pioneer Hall)

1:15-2 PM Workshops

1-The Mystery of the Gospel: Unity in the Writings of Paul—Matt Holmes

2-Unity Slogans: Sloppy But Serious—D.H. Shearer

3-In Essentials Unity—Gene Sonnenberg

2:00-2:45: Group Discussions (led by various Christian leaders from around the Northwest)

2:45—3:15 PM: Sharing the Lord’s Supper in Unity (Pioneer Hall)

Click here to register today: REGISTER NOW

Or click HERE to download and print a mail-in registration form: Registration Form Unity Project

It’s time to talk about unity in the Body of Christ. What is essential? What brings the church together in this divided world? The Unity Project is the start of a conversation on how we can live unity. We will look at our history, examine the scriptures, listen to stories from veteran unity seekers and explore the heart of what unity means and how to live it out. You will be challenged to live in unity. You will have your thinking stretched. And best of all you will be living the very prayer that Jesus prayed for you: “My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me.” (John 17:20-21)

 

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