Fellowship Housing is very excited to be a part of the upcoming Rooted Chicago 2016 Conference.
Rooted Chicago is a movement that exists to encourage women to live fully rooted in God as their foundation and connect them to tangible ways to turn inspiration into activation.
Rooted Chicago seeks to connect women to Jesus, then give them opportunities to connect with ministries and organizations where they can put their faith into action.
This year’s conference will be held Saturday, April 23, at Park Community Church, 1001 Crosby Street in Chicago. To learn more or to register, click here.
“I love that they are taking the idea of a women’s conference to a different place by providing a way to engage with nonprofits in the Chicagoland area to make a kingdom impact,” Pam Orr, associate director of Fellowship Housing, said. “Rooted Chicago links women who have time and resources and a passion for making a kingdom difference with nonprofits who sometimes have trouble reaching a larger audience. Love it!!”
Speakers for the Rooted Chicago conference include Bob Goff, best-selling author of Love Does and founder of Restore International, and Bianca Juarez Olthoff, chief storyteller for the A21 Campaign and creative director for Propel Women, and a great lineup of workshop presenters.
“Women are eager to put their faith into action and come alongside other women,” Pam said. “Rooted Chicago is all about equipping women to become difference makers. We’re excited about the chance to be a part of this groundbreaking conference, so that we can let women know about opportunities to join us in empowering single moms in the Chicagoland area to move from homelessness to hope.”
Click to see the Rooted Chicago website and registration page.