There are a number of sessions at CNU27 that the CNU-MCC is hosting, or CNU-MCC members are leading. Here's a list of dates, times, and venues that you can add to your schedule.
ADD MORE EVENTS & CNU27 COMMUNICATION
This is not an exhaustive list, only what we know about from what members have sent us. If you speaking, or what to suggest a happening you think other members may be interested in, please post them on the CNU-MMC Facebook page and/or follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/cnumcc and use the hashtag #cnumcc.
TUESDAY: JUNE 11
Loving Our Neighbor[hood] (2:00 - 7:00 PM, Sojourn Church, Louisville) To learn more about CNU-MCC's CNU27 pre-day event and to register go to this link.
THURSDAY: JUNE 13
Annual CNU-MCC Prayer-Breakfast and Business Meeting (7-9 AM, Seelbach, Medallion A): Annual breakfast meet and greet & prayer is 7-8 AM followed by the business meeting 8-9 AM. This year the term for two executive committee members end and we will be electing new members. See more about the business meeting and elections below.
Norton Commons Tour (9:00 AM - Noon, see program for cost and details) - Mike Watkins.
Special Program: CNU Open (2:15 - 3:30 PM, Henry Clay, Beaux Arts Room) "Making Connections Session" - Dr. Chris Elisara, UN-Habitat Faith Based-Urban Thinkers Campus - USA.
New Urbanism Film Festival and CNU Chapter Screenings (and Bourbon!) (7:00 - 9:00 PM, Jim Bean Urban Stillhouse, 404 S. 4th Street). - John Paget, Josh Paget, Dr. Chris Elisara.
FRIDAY: JUNE 14
Member led Session - Re-Designing Church for the 21st Century: Big Box to Walkable Neighborhoods (12:30 - 1:45 PM, Embassy, Edison II). - Nathan Norris & Lead Pastor of Century Church, Patrick M. Quinn.
SATURDAY: JUNE 15
Open Innovations: Faiths for Urbanism (2:30 - 3:45 PM, Seelbach, Mezzanine A/B) - Sara Joy Proppe, Dr. Christopher Miller, Patrick Duggan, Dr. Chris Elisara.
Annual CNU-MCC Prayer-Breakfast and Business Meeting: This will be held at CNU27 on Thursday morning, June 13 at the Seelbach Hotel, Medallion A. The breakfast meet-greet-& prayer is 7-8 AM followed by the business meeting 8-9am.
AGENDA:This is the agenda for our meeting. If you would like to add items to the agenda please send us an email at email@example.com.
1. Breakfast and networking
2. Open with prayer
3. Report on activities by the executive committee
4. Elections: Elect two members to the executive committee for a two-year term to replace two current who are stepping down at the end of their term (Eric Jacobsen and Mike Watkins).
5. Open mic for members to report on activities and ideas
6. Close in prayer
Please prayerfully consider joining the executive committee. Here's a link to how the election process works, but for a brief overview here's some important information regarding eligibility for election and the election process (please click the link for complete information).
Nominations will be received from the floor, and only eligible CNU‐MCC members at the time of the election can be nominated.
To be an eligible nominee the nominee is required to be a CNU‐MCC member for a minimum of one previous election cycle leading up to the election being held. (Since terms are for 2 years, this means being a CNU MCC member since the last election 2 years ago.)
Nominations require a supporting CNU‐MCC seconder for a nomination to be placed on the election ballot.
Only eligible CNU‐MCC members are permitted to cast a vote.
News & Events
CCDA Annual Conference: Oct. 9-12, 2019 (Dallas). This is the premiere Christian Community development organization's annual conference. Several CNU-MCC members are members of CCDA and have been working on building bridges with CNU and adding New Urbanism to CCDA's toolkit.
10th World Urban Forum (WUF10): Abu Dhabi, 8 to 13 February 2020: The World Urban Forum, which is convened by UN-Habitat, is the world’s most important conference on cities. As a non-legislative forum open to all, it provides the opportunity for thousands of participants involved in all aspects of urbanization to share practices and knowledge on how cities are built, planned and managed. Participants include national, regional and local government, NGOs, community based organizations, research institutions, the private sector, development finance institutions, the media, UN agencies and other stakeholders. There will be a significant Christian and faith-based programing at WUF10. To learn more about WUF10 go to this link.
CNU-MCC CONTRIBUTION EDITOR FOR THE NEW URBAN WORLD JOURNAL:
CNU-MCC is now a regular contributor on urbanism and design in the New Urban World Journal published biannually by the Urban Shalom Society. We are looking for someone with writing and editorial experience to plan and manage the content for each issue. To read the current issue of the journal go to this link. If you are interested in this service opportunity please reach out to us.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR AN ARTICLE FOR THE NEW URBAN WORLD JOURNAL
The next issue of The New Urban World Journal (see above for more information) is on the topic of urbanism and creation care. If you would like to contribute an article for this issue please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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