Welcome to Metro Single Pastors Conference
[Pictured: Back row: Margaret and Roy Fitzgerald, Pastor Don Munton (First Baptist, Houston, TX), Pastor Jay George (N. Monroe Baptist, LA), Pastor Andy Jennings (Cross Church, AR); Front row: Pastor Randy Davis (Quail Springs Baptist, OK city, OK, Kris Swiatocho (The Singles Network Ministries), Pastor Eric Reed (First Baptist, Houston, TX)]
We are very excited about this years Metro Conference. We are headed back to the beautiful Glen Eyrie in Colorado Springs, Co. Our 2017 schedule is coming soon and will include team building activities, additional networking opportunities and experts in the fields of discipleship and theology.
The Metro Singles Pastor's Conference has long stood the test of time. It's designed to be a more intimate gathering of singles pastors where the agenda is more relaxed. It's a conference where you make up some of the rules. Get up when you want, go to bed when you want, take the time you need to talk to other pastors, and just take the time. The goal is for you to leave feeling refreshed, renewed, reconnected and re-focused.
So come and join us this year in Colorado Springs, Co. Come prepared to make some life-long friends, hear/share ministry ideas, walk in the mountains and get some down time. Just come. I promise, you will want to come back each year.
You are loved,
Randy Davis, Singles Pastor, Quail Springs Baptist Church, Oklahoma City, OK
Pastor Eric and Kristi Chaffin, Southcrest Church, Lubbock, TX
"As one who only ventured into Singles ministry recently, I came to Metro Singles Conference expecting to hear some expert counsel from those who've really been in the trenches, who've labored hard for years to make ministry to Single Adults successful. What I got was sooooomuch more than that!
Encouragement, fellowship, wise counsel and some glorious time with God were the order of the day. Not only did I leave feeling re-invigorated, but also knowing I was better equipped to pastor the Single Adults here at Southcrest."
Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28