On Tuesday May 13, Christian Theological Seminary will host the annual Petticrew Faith-In-Action Program, an annual gathering that brings together Indianapolis business, civic and congregational leaders to exchange ideas, share insights and identify mutual goals and ways of achieving them. This year’s program is entitled ‘The Work of Faithful People for the Common Good: Collaborating for Greater Impact.’ It will consist of two morning sessions, lunch and a keynote address by David Johnson, President and CEO of BioCrossroads and the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership.
The day’s activities will include a panel discussion led by CTS President Matthew Myer Boulton. Panel participants include Michael Huber, President/CEO of the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce and former Deputy Mayor; Rev. John Minion, Oasis of Hope Baptist Church; and Dr. Lewis Ferebee, Superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools among others.
“We’re blessed once again to enjoy the support and cooperation of the brightest and best our city has to offer for this gathering of leaders who believe in putting their faith to work,” said Rev. Dr. Boulton. “This year’s program promises to be especially enlightening by featuring past creative solutions that can inspire fresh, innovative thinking.”
The 2014 Petticrew-in-Action Program will be held on Tuesday, May 13th, from 9 am – 1:30 pm at Christian Theological Seminary, 1000 42nd Street, Indianapolis, IN.
Check-in begins at 8:30 am. Cost of registration is $40 for both morning sessions and luncheon keynote address; $30 for seniors; free for students; and, $300 for tables of eight.
For more event information, or to register, visit: www.cts.edu