Join us for a workshop on faith-based community organizing with the Gamaliel Foundation's Greg Galluzzo. Lunch is included, and you can get your tickets via Eventbrite. Pay online or at the door, but no one will be turned away because of inability to pay.
Topics to be covered will include:
· Moving from maintaining an institution to creating a community.
· Understanding the biblical concept of “Power” – what it takes to get it done.
· Reclaiming self-interest as a necessary tool to motivate one’s self and to motivate others.
· Creating relationships – the prerequisite to effective evangelization.
· Distinguishing between public and private relationships – or how to move from co-dependent to healthy, accountable, productive relationships.
· Building organizations that can be effective vehicles for social change.
The Gamaliel Foundation is an inter- national organizing institute working with over sixty-five communities throughout the United States and Great Britain and South Africa. It is a network of organizers, clergy and lay leaders with years of experience in the ever more difficult task of creating powerful grassroots organizations to work for justice. Among its projects are organizations in Wisconsin, Illinois, Georgia, Virginia, Maryland, New York, New Hampshire, California, and Hawaii