You are invited to the 2nd annual Clergy College at Jumonville…
…where you can earn a credit of CEU and be taught by Rev. Jeff Greenway, the Lead Pastor at Reynoldsburg UMC in Ohio. Jeff’s title for our time together will be, “Things Seminary Didn’t Teach Me, but Life in Ministry Has.” This will be a practical time together to talk about ministry, about what works and about what does not. This event is sure to be a blessing to you and to your ministry.
The event will begin with registration at 4:30pm on Sunday, October 14th and end on Tuesday October 16th with closing communion at 11am. The cost of this event is $175 for double occupancy and $250 for single occupancy staying either in Washington Lodge or The Inn. There is also a $100 student rate available for seminary students and a $100 spouse rate available as well. The cost includes two nights and five meals beginning with Sunday dinner and ending with Tuesday breakfast. Commuters may also attend for a rate of $100.
Clergy College is open to all clergy (Elder, Local Pastor, Deacon, CLM, student, active, or retired) CEU’s will be offered according to our Annual Conference’s policies. There will be 1 CEU offered based on 10 hours of instruction.
If you have questions about this event please call Rev. Jude Urso at 724-422-2827.
About Our Speaker
Rev. Jeff Greenway was born in McKeesport, Pa. to the Rev. Harold and Betty Jo Greenway. He graduated high school from Fairview H.S. and went on to attend Mount Union College from which he graduated with a BA in Business Management and Marketing. From there he attended Asbury Theological Seminary and obtained his Master of Divinity and later attended Wesley Theological Seminary from which he earned a Doctor of Ministry degree. Rev. Greenway was ordained a Deacon in the United Methodist Church in the Western Pennsylvania Conference in 1984 and then ordained an Elder in that same conference in 1987. He is presently a member of the West Ohio Conference. In the Western Pennsylvania Conference Rev. Greenway served First UMC in Butler, Pa. and Christ UMC in Erie, Pa. He also served as the District Superintendent of the Pittsburgh East District from 1999-2004 and from there went on to be the President of Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Ky. Currently Rev. Greenway is the Lead Pastor at Reynoldsburg UMC in Reynoldsburg, Oh. He is married to Beth and they have three grown children.
If you were to ask Rev. Greenway what is theological beliefs are he would say, “I believe in the necessity of a personal relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ, which by its very nature must work itself out in mission and ministry to the world around us. I believe this is the very essence of our Wesleyan heritage. I am committed to the authority of Scriptures in matters of faith and practice. My colleagues and friends see me as a person who is able to dialogue and find common ground with persons from all theological perspectives”.
Rev. Greenway has published numerous articles and sermons. He has also published two books, “Grace and Holiness on a Changing World”, and, “Making Room to Grow”.