The Latino Pastoral Action Center (LPAC) 2018 Legacy Conference will feature two Nyack College/Alliance Theological Seminary alumni during a three-day event held Thursday, March 15 through Saturday, March 17 at the Urban Ministry Complex located at 14 West 170th Street in the Bronx. LPAC will celebrate its 25th anniversary of “educating, equipping and empowering the community and faith-based ministries.”
The conference will open March 15 at 7:00 p.m. with ATS alumnus Rev. Dr. A.R. Bernard, (MPS ‘06; M.Div. ’09; D.D. ’09); senior pastor of Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, speaking on “Passing the Baton of Holistic Ministry to Future Generations.” Pastor Charles Galbreath (NC, ’06 and ATS ’09), senior pastor of Clarendon Road Church in Brooklyn, will be a conference panelist on Friday, March 16 at 7:00 p.m.
Participants can send RSVPs and inquiries to LPACLEGACYCONFERENCE@gmail.com. Ticket information is available here.
Rev. Dr. Raymond Rivera, pastor of Sanctuary Church and conference co-organizer with Dr. Bernard, welcome the community to this interfaith gathering to “discuss, reflect and act on what the face of holistic ministry will look like for future generations.
Saturday, March 17 will conclude with a dinner and special musical guests.