Seminar Saturday Extravaganza - ABSW

Saturday, November 10th 2012, 9:00am

ATTENTION!!! Pastors, staff ministers, church leaders, laypersons, young adults, current and prospective seminarians...

  • Wanting to engage relevant social concerns but not sure how?
  • Looking to introduce fresh ministry ideas to your congregation or small group?
  • Needing to upgrade your leadership skills?
  • Craving for a taste of contemporary seminary scholarship?

NOVEMBER 10, 2012  |  9 AM - 3 PM

expanded choices—diversified instructors

  • Are you living in a food desert?
  • Qué tiene que ver la teología con la iglesia? (en Español)
  • Martrydom, Persecution and Baptism in the Early Church
  • In our Backyard: the Assault that Compels a Theological Response
  • From Diversity to Inclusion: More than Just International Pot-lucks*
  • The Syro-Phoenician Woman & the Abolition of U.S. Slavery
  • Our Identity is in the Music
  • Running on Empty** (Church Leadership)
  • Life After the Touch
  • Maidenhood and Virginity: Isaiah 7 and Biblical Languages
  • The New Poor
  • US Tax Policy as a Social Justice Issue
  • Preaching with Relevance (taught in Korean)
  • Global Hymns and Songs–Expanding Your Congregation’s Repertoire
  • Toward a Theology of Work: A Woman’s Perspective

*will be translated into Korean | **will be translated into Spanish

$10 per person – OR– $100 per organization/church (10 or more people)

  • Up to five (5) 50-minute sessions per person
  • Beverages and snack

Box lunch available for purchase for $5 at the event (advance reservation requested) - Cash payment preferred
(or bring your own lunch box/bag)

To register for the event and to reserve a box lunch:

  1. Go to
  2. Download the registration form on the left-hand column of this page
  3. Complete the form and send in payment to the address on the form.

If you cannot download the form, please send an email to or call the ABSW Admissions Office at 510-841-1905 x229 to request a registration form.

Same-day registration accepted as space permits.