Heritage registration is now open online at cenational.org/heritage.
CE National will host Heritage on April 28, 2017, at Shady Maple Smörgåsbord in East Earl, Pa. Heritage is an event that is open to all—pastors, staff, lay people, younger, and older. ALL are invited to hear keynote speaker, award-winning journalist, Cal Thomas; former Sight and Sound performer, Karen Knight; and the Men of Grace quartet from Telford, Pa.
The doors will open at 8:00 a.m. at the banquet entrance and the program will begin at 9:15. The cost for the day is $30.
All are invited to join us for this day of both spiritual and political focus. Cal Thomas will share a biblical world-view of politics in America and encourage us to make godly choices as we have opportunity to make a difference.
Karen Knight will present a drama and music from her Women of Faith series on the life of Julia Ward Howe, author of Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory. The Men of Grace will draw our attention to our spiritual heritage through song.
After lunch, Cal Thomas will share final words. Then Ed Lewis, executive director of CE National, will challenge attendees to help make a difference in the life of one who is overlooked by filling homeless packets for the Urban Hope Training Center to distribute. A $5 donation is requested for this project to help cover costs for the items that will be packed. Donations will be collected at the event.
An option for this event is the opportunity to see the 3:00 p.m. showing of Jonah at the Sight and Sound Theater near Strasburg, Pa. With an additional cost of $54 per person, you can travel to Sight and Sound and enjoy the show at this reduced cost. Please note that we have a limited number of tickets for this showing.
Visit cenational.org/heritage to register online. Paper registrations will arrive after the first of the year with brochures.