*THIS EVENT WAS ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 1, IT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 16.
October 16, 2020
10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
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Who Should Attend?
Community members, business leaders, government leaders, ministry and church leaders.
Event Description: As the Old Testament prophet, Nehemiah, found the walls of his city broken and in need of rebuilding centuries ago, we too look out into a community and a world that is ravaged with the effects of a fallen world— broken systems, broken families, broken souls. The Nehemiah Foundation is working to repair those systems. We outlined some of the community’s greatest challenges in the Case for Community Report published in August 2020, and now we’re bringing these topics to life through this webinar series. Please join us in this interactive webinar to help chart a path forward to make a common impact on our common concerns!
Topic: What are We Working for?
Moderators: Aaron Clark
Panel Description: Data can provide a reality check for our community as we make decisions on how to respond to challenges. Dr. Ed Haseke from Wittenberg’s Center for Community Engagement will provide an overview of the key trends related to poverty, education, mental health and relationships. This data will set the stage for a moderated conversation with Dr. Greta Mayer with the Mental Health & Recovery Board of Clark, Champaign and Madison Counties, Jan Williams, retired principal, Springfield City Schools and a representative of the faith community. The panel will explore how data impacts the areas of greatest concern, what improvements are already happening, where opportunities exist to make a greater impact, and how the people of Clark County can work with communities to help empower positive change.
The session will conclude with audience interaction through Q&A. We welcome you to join this solution-based discussion, sponsored by the Nehemiah Foundation.
November 19, 2020 7 – 8:30 a.m.
Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church
1801 St. Paris Pike, Springfield OH 45504
The Nehemiah Leadership Breakfast is our Fall gathering where all members of our community are invited to come together to:
- Learn about how the Nehemiah Foundation is impacting the community in four action areas: Pray, Unify, Equip and Mobilize
- Hear from our business, ministry and church partners
- Celebrate the recipient of the annual Leadership award Partners like you are investing in valuable work in Springfield and Clark County!
We invite you and your guests for a morning of fellowship and celebration.
SEATING IS LIMITED TO 150 GUESTS. RSVP IS REQUIRED.