Spots are filling up fast

Santa Clara Faith Formation Conference, co-sponsored by dioceses of Monterey and San Jose, scheduled November 29-December 1

Building on the success of 2017, this year’s edition of the Santa Clara Country Faith Formation Conference (SCFFC) is expected to draw even larger crowds, forcing registration for some sessions to close early.

The conference will be held November 29-December 1 at the Santa Clara Marriott and Convention Center. This year’s theme is “Building Bridges of Hope; Construyendo Puentes de Esperanza; Xay Dung Cau hy Vong.”

Organizers of the conference are urging hopeful participants to register now so they can attend the sessions they want. Some sessions are expected to surpass capacity before the conference begins.

“Our additional Thursday intensive day-long workshops are headed to full capacity with less than a month to go.  With no new dates for rate changes, I hope everyone registers ASAP as we anticipate many workshops reaching capacity and will be closed out,” said Father John Hurley, CSP, Vicar for Evangelization for the Diocese of San Jose. “We are well on our way to being over 3,000 for the second year in a row.”

Workshops in English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Chinese (Cantonese & Mandarin) will highlight the importance of faith development at all levels of Church and society, aimed at adults to enrich their faith and strengthen their knowledge and skills to do ministry in their church and in the world.

Full story at The Valley Catholic.

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