Congregational Organziing 101 - Clergy

Thursday, January 25, 2024 at 01:00 PM


Fellowship Lutheran Church
6727 S Sheridan Rd
Tulsa, OK 74133
United States
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Emilee Bounds

Congregational Organizing 101 - For Clergy

Learn time-tested philosophies, principles, and practices for developing congregations to lead social change in their communities.


Register for Free

Are you a faith leader local to Tulsa?

This training is for you if:

  • You are feeling burnt out or seeking a source of energy and inspiration in your ministry
  • Your congregation is hungry to enlarge its impact in social justice work
  • You crave the fellowship of a clergy community that supports your professional growth and personal well-being


  • Thursday, January 25th 2024
  • 1 - 5 p.m.
  • Phillips Theological Seminary
  • Free

Who We Are

This training is led by experienced community organizers trained by the Industrial Areas Foundation.

The Industrial Areas Foundation is the nation's oldest and largest community organizing network, with over 80 years of institutional knowledge on grassroots interfaith organizing.

Trainers for the session are:

What You'll Learn

Teachings include:

  • Leadership Development through the story of Moses and Jethro - What does a Biblical example teach us about how to effectively lead and enlarge the impact of the church?
  • Pressures on Families - Where do social pressures come from, and how can our understanding of that inform the work of faith communities?
  • Broad-Based Organizing - What is broad-based organizing, and how does it serve the interests of clergy and their congregations?

Register for Free

Complete our Registration Form to reserve your seat

Contact Emilee Bounds at [email protected] with any questions



Posted by on November 28, 2023