|WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA
MARCH 23-25, 2017
|The Charles Simeon Trust aims to help recover the centrality of expository teaching of the Word of God, for the health and benefit of the church in our own and future generations. Training women to teach the Bible to other women is vital for building up the church and equipping its members to live out the truths of the gospel. This Workshop on Biblical Exposition is designed for women who are currently in a teaching ministry with the responsibility to teach the Bible regularly. It is open to women who lead in regular teaching ministries including large group instructors, small group teachers, and women’s and children’s ministry leaders appointed by their churches.
|Colleen McFadden joined the Charles Simeon Trust in 2007 and currently serves as the Director of Women's Workshops. Prior to working with the Trust, she was in the corporate world, most recently as a Business Development Manager at a major insurance corporation. Colleen earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Illinois and an MDiv from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She teaches and trains women in her local congregation, Seven Mile Road Church, in Philadelphia and serves on the board of Matthias Media Ministries.||ABOUT
About the Workshops
Who Should Attend
Westminster Presbyterian Church
1438 Sheridan Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
Brochure [pdf, 1.2mb]
Detailed Schedule [pdf, 270kb]
Courtyard Marriott (0.6 miles)
La Quinta Inn (1.1 miles)
DoubleTree Hotel (1.3 miles)
$124 USD before March 10
$149 USD after March 10
Cost includes dinner the first night, lunch the second day, and refreshment breaks.
($25 nonrefundable deposit)
|Susan Jahns has taught in the College Church Women’s Bible Study since 2003. A longtime member of College Church in Wheaton, Illinois, she served on staff for six years as a Children's Ministry Associate. She earned her BA in Christian Education at Wheaton College.|
|Aaron Messner is the Senior Minister at Westminster Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Atlanta. He served as the Chaplain of Covenant College from 2007 until 2012. Before moving to Covenant, Aaron was the Associate Pastor at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia. He received both Bachelors and Masters degrees from Wheaton College and an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary.