(Augusta, GA) – Paine College welcomes the 2013 Christian Methodist Episcopal Church Sixth Episcopal District Leadership School Conference to its campus on June 6-9, 2013. This year’s conference theme is, “Empowering a Generation: Growing in Evangelism Leadership & Love”.
The Christian Leadership School is a program of the General Board of Christian Education, developed and implemented by the Sixth Episcopal District Board of Christian Education. The school is designed to help ministers, missionaries, lay persons, Christian educators, and youth, 12 years and older, to become more effective leaders in the church and community.
“We are pleased and delighted to host the Sixth Episcopal District’s CME Leadership Conference,” stated Brandon Brown, Vice President of Institutional Advancement at the College, “Bestowing leadership within our youth is critical in their development as good stewards of the community and our nation”.
Paine College was founded by the leadership of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, now United Methodist Church, and the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church, now Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.
For more information on the Leadership School Conference, please visit www.cmesixth.org.
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Photo caption: Paine College hosts CME Leadership Conference on June 6-9, 2013.