Adult Catechesis Training: Teaching the Story of Scripture

Sponsored by: The Robert E. Webber Center and the Anglican Family Forum, part of the ACNA’s CFC (Committee for Catechesis)

June 14-15 | $100 through April 15th ($120 after April 15th)

This practical conference will teach participants a concise, engaging way of introducing people to the overarching storyline of the Bible. This summary of the Scriptural story uses visual aids and mnemonic devices to help people remember the “big picture” of the Bible, so they can place Bible stories and books in their broader context.  The conference will also show how this narrative framework helps us to teach theological themes that develop throughout the Biblical narrative.

Early registration fee $100 through April 15th

Registration opens April 4th.


Dr. Sarah Lebhar Hall

Sarah Lebhar Hall, Ph.D. is an adjunct professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, The King’s University, and Trinity School for Ministry. She has also spent many years in youth and college ministry, and is currently on the leadership team for an Anglican church in downtown Tallahassee, FL. She is married to the Rev. Jon Hall and has two children, Benjamin and Miriam.

Dr. Hall especially loves writing for the church. You can find some of her recent articles for Christianity Today here:

WhoThis conference is intended for pastors, catechists, Christian educators, Christian parents, and all other lay Christians else who desire to teach the story of Scripture to others.

What: A 2-day conference on catechesis with a focus on adults

Where: Trinity School for Ministry

When: June 14-15, 2018

Cost: $100 through April 15th ($120 after April 15th)

Allyson Martin | Trinity School for Ministry | | 724-266-3838