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At #Forma15

You might have seen througout the day that we have been live tweeting from the Forma conference in Houston, TX. Kate McKey-Dunar has been our eyes and ears at this wonderful annual conference and has been sharing some of her experiences there.

 As a grassroots association of members of The Episcopal Church and kindred individuals and institutions, Forma supportsnetworksadvocates forresources, and celebrates Christian formation leaders in their Christian formation ministries. This annual conference brings formation leaders and volunteers together to share knowledge, inspire each other, and to build community.
Please note that Kate is only able to be in one place at a time and can not report from every meeting going on at Forma. She is sharing just a sample of what is offered. If you want to learn more about Forma, go to episcoforma.org.
posted by Jon White
image: Myra Garnes Shuler opens us with prayer. #forma15
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