After going to 9 cities throughout the US in 2008, the Church 2.0 Local Forum tour continues in 2009 with new cities beginning this Tuesday in Phoenix. Church 2.0 Local Forums are led by me and various guests (depending on the city/host church) and are gatherings for Church leaders of all kinds to get together, meet/network and discuss issues such as innovation, technology and social justice. Here is the schedule so far:

  1. Phoenix – Host Church: Christ’s Church of the Valley (Feb. 17)
  2. Nashville – Host Church: The People’s Church (Mar. 20)
  3. Washington DC – Host Church: National Community Church (Mar. 27)
  4. Oklahoma City – Host Church: LifeChurch.tv (April 24)
  5. Denver – Host Church: LifeBridge Christian Church (May  8 )
  6. Miami – Host Church: Flamingo Road (May 29)
  7. Dallas/Fort Worth – Host Church: Bent Tree (Summer)
  8. Baton Rouge – Host Church: Healing Place Church (Summer)
  9. New York – Host Church: Journey Church (Summer or Fall)
  10. Charleston, SC – Host Church: Seacoast Chuch (Fall)
  11. San Diego – Host Church: North Coast Church (Nov.)

There may be another (secret) city added in later in the year. More details on that after the host church has been confirmed. If you’re anywhere near one of these cities, I hope you’ll join the discussion. If you have friends and peers in ministry that you know are near one of these cities, please encourage them to come.

Church 2.0, the book  (or whatever it ends up being called) is being written by me, David RussellRhett SmithTony Steward and Cynthia Ware. The book should be finished this Spring and out this Fall.  To join the Church 2.0 Facebook group go HERE. To join the Church 2.0 Unifyer group goHERE.

If your city/region is listed, please comment and let me know and I’ll get you involved in helping spread the word. If your city/region is not listed, let me know and I’ll consider it for 2010.

Greg Atkinson

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