Last Call for the Last Workshop of 2017
All good things must come to an end.
Middle school bowl cuts. Cargo shorts as the pinnacle of fashion. The ninth season of Seinfeld.
And in this case, it’s the registration window for our last One-Day Workshop of the year. It shall not pass this way again until next summer.
RSVPs end this Wednesday, September 13, at noon eastern time. Here are the rest of the details:
One-Day Workshop: Guest Services
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
The Summit Church
2335 Presidential Drive, Durham, NC
At the Guest Services One-Day, you’ll learn what it takes to build a guest-friendly culture, the tricky path to killing a toxic culture, how to develop a vision for hospitality at your church, and how to navigate some of the challenges surrounding the “big three” … parking, seating, and first time guests.
And don’t forget, if you register four members of your team, you’ll get a fifth registration for free. That’s a buck shy of a $100 savings, or 20% off your team’s total registration. (See this post for more details.)
Here’s what our most recent One-Day Workshop participants had to say about their experience:
- “The workshop was very helpful in understanding the significance of biblical hospitality and its importance in helping people hear the gospel!” – Dr. Robert Jackson, Senior Pastor, Peninsula Baptist Church, Mooresville, NC
- “The One-Day Workshop was a motivating and thought provoking experience for my team! I can take all of the principles we learned and easily apply them to many areas/ministries of our church.” – Kayla Matthews, Collide Kids Director / Church Administrator, Collide Church, Yadkinville, NC
- “This One-Day Workshop was exactly what I needed to rejuvenate my spirit and build up my resources in order to love the people in my church and community better. The Summit team will somehow magically cover everything you need to hear, all while making it personable and inspiring.” – Amanda Stanton, Director of Guest Services, Calvary Church, Clearwater, FL
photo credit: Lindsey Wachter