Sunday School Superintendents

The National Baptist Congress of Christian Education Presents

The 4th Annual
Sunday School Superintendents Conference

March 21-22, 2014
Nashville, TN


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Concurrent Workshops

Module A – “Sunday School in the 21st Century Church"
Module B – “Leadership Teaming in Today’s Sunday School" 
Module C – “Sunday School Teaching and Training”
Module D – “Sunday School and Technology: Re-Tooling to Meet Today’s Ears and Eyes”



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Why should I come to the Superintendents Conference?

What's in it for me?

We know the importance of teaching the Word of God in your church.  Join us as we examine the state of the Sunday School across America and identify strategies to have a strong and successful Sunday School in your church.

Many of our Sunday Schools are suffering – Sunday School has come to be seen as an option and not a necessity.  We want to assess and evaluate all of the Christian Education efforts that are going on in our National Baptist Family.  We are dedicating a “Year of the Sunday School”.  People need to emphasize the importance of Christian Education and training.  We need to be about putting the word of God vibrantly and victoriously in the hands of every National Baptist constituent.

Many leaders in the Congress don’t have an opportunity to participate in the Congress educational opportunities because they are otherwise occupied during the Congress meeting – this is an opportunity for the leaders to be participants.

If you’re a Sunday School Superintendent – you’ll be able to hear what others are doing across the country.  We will be looking to develop model principles and practices to help develop and grow your Sunday School.  The model we are putting forth is how to be effective with limited resources and staff.  There will be something in it for everyone, whether the Sunday School is small or large.  It’s also an opportunity to focus on another area of interest than that which you are participating in during the Congress Annual Session – a chance to pursue another area of interest in a concentrated way and not have to spend a full week doing it and all the expense that goes along with that.   


Won't you join us?  You'll be so glad you did!


For more information, contact:      

Mrs. Penny Howell-Foster: