Ministers Retreat 2021
Join us this year for Ministers' Retreat 2021! We look forward to gathering by that picturesque coastline, which is such a great place to relax, walk on the beach and enjoy some wonderful food and fellowship with one another. We’re anticipating the fun we’ll have again at our Dinners for 8!
LOCATION: PISMO BEACH (ARROYO GRANDE CLARK CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS)
DATE: OCTOBER 25-26, 2021
Monday, October 25:
Location: 6464 Ana Bay Rd, Avila Beach, CA 93424
7 pm – Session 1 with Dr. Kimberly Alexander @ Clark Center for the Performing Arts*
Tuesday, October 26:
9:30 am – Session 2 @ Clark Center for the Performing Arts*
12 noon – Under 40 lunch
4:30 pm – Dinners for 8 (register here)
Location: Arroyo Grande LifePoint Church, 207 Pilgrim Way, Arroyo Grande
6:30 pm – Session 3 @ Clark Center for the Performing Arts*
*Retreat sessions will be held at The Clark Center for Performing Arts, 487 Fair Oaks Ave, Arroyo Grande, CA 93420.
Special discounted rates have been negotiated with SeaCrest Oceanfront Hotel, 2241 Price Street, Pismo Beach. All reservations must be made by calling the hotel - 805-773-4608 - and asking for the “Assembly of God” special rate. No online reservations are available at the discounted price.
Oceanview with King or 2 Queens is $199.00 per night plus taxes
Standard Non-View with King or 2 Queens is $179.00 per night plus taxes
SPECIAL GUEST: DR. KIMBERLY ALEXANDER
Dr. Kimberly Alexander, though she has a rich background in university and churches contexts, describes herself as first and foremost “a preacher.”
She is currently Online School Director for the Ramp School of Ministry in Hamilton, Alabama. Previously she was the Associate Professor of the History of Christianity at Regent University, and Associate Professor of Historical Theology and Assistant Vice-President for Academics at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary in Cleveland, Tennessee. In addition to over twenty years of experience teaching at the graduate level, she has over forty years of experience in pastoral ministry and worship leadership.
She is a past president of the Society for Pentecostal Studies and her book, Pentecostal Healing: Models of Theology and Practice, was honored as the 2007 Foundations for Pentecostal Scholarship Book of the Year award.
She’s a gifted speaker, having preached and taught in the U. S., England, Europe and South America. She and her husband, Dr. Corky Alexander, a missiologist, are parents to three daughters (two of whom are worship pastors) and grandparents to eight grandchildren with whom she looks forward to someday taking to Yellowstone National Park.