Press Release: Registration for UTS Life the Fire! Conference

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4501 Denlinger Road • Dayton, OH  45426
Contact: JoAnn Wagner
937.529.2201 •


DATE:  April 14, 2014

 Registration Deadline Approaching for Light the Fire! 2014 Conference

DAYTON, OH – May 5 is the deadline to register for United Theological Seminary’s 4th Annual Church Renewal Conference, Light the Fire! 2014: The Fullness of Christ—A Church for All People to be held on May 8-9, 2014, at Ginghamsburg Church, 6759 S. County Road 25A, Tipp City, OH.

This conference will equip clergy and laity to be faithful in ministry with people with disabilities and will include theological discussion and plenty of “how to” sessions for creating a church of people of all abilities.

Light the Fire! 2014 will be live-streamed. Registrants will be contacted before the event with an address and password to view. Group rates are available at $99 per person.

For more information, including the complete schedule and cost, or to register please visit United’s website at and choose Events or contact Laura Weber at 937-529-2201 

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