Diakonia at GA

Diakonia is a spiritual formation and theological education program for adults.  Created by former Bishop Bouman in the Metro NY Synod, this program has been serving the New York region for 30+ years, helping lay members of churches grow in their faith, sharpen their skills for service and deepen one's sense of purpose/connection with God and the church.

 

Please consider enrolling in a very powerful, faith strengthening, life changing experience.  

Diakonia is a spiritual formation and theological education program for adults.  Created by former Bishop Bouman in the Metro NY Synod, this program has been serving the New York region for 30+ years, helping lay members of churches grow in their faith, sharpen their skills for service and deepen one's sense of purpose/connection with God and the church.

The program is a weekly in-depth evening spiritual formation (two year course of study).

If you have questions, Deacon Lulu and Pastor Chris would be pleased to talk with you.

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  • Jeremiah 29:24-32

    28For he has actually sent to us in Babylon, saying, "It will be a long time; build houses and live in them, and plant gardens and eat what they produce." 29The priest Zephaniah read this letter in the hearing of the prophet Jeremiah.

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