Don’t Miss Out – Upcoming Events

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We have a number of events coming up in the next few months, and we want to make sure you know before they fill up!

On January 20th we have another Taste and See event with the Baltimore Washington Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. If you missed out on the last one, it is a great opportunity to get a “taste” of missional entrepreneurship! It will help you start thinking about innovative ways to engage your community. You can find out more about this event here! Can’t make the one in January? Can’t make the event in January? We are planning another one for February, so stay tuned for more details about that events!

February 8-10, we are holding a Hatchathon with the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. We do not have many Hatchathons that are open to the public, so if you have a missional idea that you are just waiting to “hatch,” this is your chance spend a few days with Mark DeVries, Kenda Creasy Dean and Brenda Bertrand clarifying your vision, goals, and funding. After the Hatchathon, you will have what you need to start turning your big idea into reality. You can find out more information and register for the Hatchathon here!

We have a number of other events in the works, so be sure to sign up for our news and updates to stay on top of what is happening!

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