Hunted is an imposing and intimidating word. As much as we would like to ignore the thought, we live in a world where a roaring lion is stalking us and those we have been charged to shepherd.
We invite you to gather as we talk not only about the problem of evil in the world we live in, but how to both minister and recover from ministering to those who are hunted. Rev. Dr. Robert Kolb will speak on the living redeemed in a sin-cursed world and Mrs. Christie Hansard will provide us with tools and resources to assist both our flock and ourselves with this struggle. Join us!
When & Where
May 12 - May 13Bavarian Inn Lodge
1 Covered Bridge Lane
Frankenmuth, MI, 48734
Online Registration will open February 1, 2020
Pastors, Vicars, Deacons & Wives: $100/person
Emeriti & Wives: $0/person
Deadline to register is April 8, 2020 after which prices go up to $150/person for ALL attendees.
- Hotel Registration is separate. See below for details.
- District makes Emeriti lodging reservations.
- Registration for Pastors, Deacons, Vicars, and Emeriti includes a copy of the book "The Unholy Trinity: Martin Luther Against the Idol of Me, Myself and I" by Michael Lockwood which you will receive at the conference.
- Optional Session on Wednesday Afternoon provided by the CAN Council. Cost: $15 (includes a boxed lunch). Registration Required.
In support of Michigan District Great Compassion Ministry, the South & East Pastors’ Conference will gather donations for the CAN Council Great Lakes Bay Region. There will be a box at registration to place items. Please consider bringing an item from the wish list to benefit area children and families in need.
Bavarian Inn Lodge
One Covered Bridge Lane
Frankenmuth, MI 48734
Room Rate $95 per night
Call 1.855.652.7200 mention group code 12M2HK
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church
140 Churchgrove Rd
Frankenmuth, MI 48734
CEUs are Available:
Complete this form, print, sign and return to CSL.
Goals & Objectives
The South & East Pastors’ Conference is conducted for the spiritual and professional growth of pastors and vicars.
- The conference shall provide an opportunity for pastors to meet and encourage one another on a regular basis.
- The conference shall provide a subject that offers further growth in Christian doctrine and practice, in professional development and in the work of the District and Synod, or in any other professional matters that are brought forward.
- The conference will cultivate positive relationships: to be mutually helpful in every way possible and to encourage, instruct, and admonish one another in a spirit of sincerity and Christian love.
- The conference will continue to reach all of the pastors, vicars, and emeriti with an annual opportunity to join together to prayerfully support one another and the Synod. It may adopt and submit overtures to the Convention of the Michigan District.