Vocations in Public Ministry Virtual Lunch with Ashley and Adam Barlow-Thompson
February 24, 2021 | 12:15 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. (CST)
Sponsored by the Office of Vocational Networking in conjunction with the Master of Arts in Public Ministry program, the Vocations in Public Ministry Virtual Lunches are an opportunity for you to engage in conversation with practitioners following diverse calls to public forms of ministry in unexpected professions, fields, and ventures.
All are invited to bring their lunch (or snack and beverage of choice) and explore questions of vocational discernment, making a living, and connecting theological education to the needs of the world. You'll receive the Zoom link in your registration confirmation email.
Speakers: Ashley and Adam Barlow-Thompson (G-ETS 2010)
Ashley and Adam are the co-founders of Neighboring Movement, a non-profit in Wichita, Kansas that participates in, and teaches about, enhancing community through the practice of neighboring. Neighboring Movement practices asset-based community development by meeting, fostering relationships with, and organizing with neighbors. They provide curriculum, teaching, and coaching for faith communities as they transform the ways they relate to their larger neighborhood communities, and they participate in both state-wide and nation-wide organizing around the principles of asset-based community development and neighboring. Adam is an ordained elder and Ashley an ordained deacon in The United Methodist Church.