RCA Global Mission is celebrating the past—how it has transformed the world during the last 377 years—and is imagining God’s future for global mission. The three-day conference, called Mission 2020, is a celebration that RCA Global Mission wants everyone to attend.
JP Sundararajan, director of RCA Global Mission, calls Mission 2020 a “festival to God’s goodness.” He says the event will be “a time for us here in the RCA to really celebrate the good God has done because of the work of RCA Global Mission.”
Mission 2020 will be held January 16–18, 2020, at the Rosen Centre in Orlando, Florida. Attendees will have the opportunity to worship with other believers, learn from current missionaries and partners, and dive more deeply into a specific ministry area of RCA Global Mission with a choice of workshop. Additionally, attendees will hear from artist Joel Schoon-Tanis, known for his colorful, whimsical murals and art experiences that invite groups of people into his creative process. Grammy award-winning band Jars of Clay will perform at the event.
In addition to learning at the event, attendees can take what they have learned and implement it at home. RCA Global Mission staff plans to equip attendees with a collection of tools and resources they can use that will prepare them to partner in mission.
To register, learn what the workshops are, and find out more, visit mission2020.rca.org. Scholarships are available for the next generation of mission leaders; apply at mission2020.rca.org/apply-for-scholarship/.