06.11.18 – 06.12.18 • ALLEGRIA HOTEL

Pastoral Leadership Cabinet Retreat:
30 for 30

06.11.18 – 06.12.18 • ALLEGRIA HOTEL

Pastoral Leadership Cabinet Retreat:
30 for 30

06.11.18 – 06.12.18

Pastoral Leadership Cabinet Retreat:
30 for 30

PASTORAL LEADERSHIP CABINET RETREAT

Recap & Overview


Pastor Adam Durso and LEAD.NYC brought together 30 of New York’s top pastors who took a break from the weight of their ministries for an inspiring 30-hour retreat featuring beach, boating and bonding.

Spending time together in the sun and on the water at the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach (Long Island), these leaders from large congregations built closer relationships, found solutions to common problems and, after returning to dry land, were inspired by the words of inspirational leaders like Dr. A.R. Bernard, Dr. David Ireland, Dr. Mark Rivera and Pastor Jon Tyson.

Held June 11-12, the 30 for 30 Pastoral Leadership Cabinet Retreat was a powerful gathering that provided a space for NY metropolitan pastors to recharge and open their hearts to deeper relationships with God and each other.

Testimonials

PASTORAL LEADERSHIP CABINET RETREAT

Recap & Overview


Pastor Adam Durso and LEAD.NYC brought together 30 of New York’s top pastors who took a break from the weight of their ministries for an inspiring 30-hour retreat featuring beach, boating and bonding.

Spending time together in the sun and on the water at the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach (Long Island), these leaders from large congregations built closer relationships, found solutions to common problems and, after returning to dry land, were inspired by the words of inspirational leaders like Dr. A.R. Bernard, Dr. David Ireland, Dr. Mark Rivera and Pastor Jon Tyson. Held June 11-12, the 30 for 30 Pastoral Leadership Cabinet Retreat was a powerful gathering that provided a space for NY metropolitan pastors to recharge and open their hearts to deeper relationships with God and each other.

Testimonials

PASTORAL LEADERSHIP CABINET RETREAT

Recap & Overview


Pastor Adam Durso and LEAD.NYC brought together 30 of New York’s top pastors who took a break from the weight of their ministries for an inspiring 30-hour retreat featuring beach, boating and bonding.

Spending time together in the sun and on the water at the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach (Long Island), these leaders from large congregations built closer relationships, found solutions to common problems and, after returning to dry land, were inspired by the words of inspirational leaders like Dr. A.R. Bernard, Dr. David Ireland, Dr. Mark Rivera and Pastor Jon Tyson. Held June 11-12, the 30 for 30 Pastoral Leadership Cabinet Retreat was a powerful gathering that provided a space for NY metropolitan pastors to recharge and open their hearts to deeper relationships with God and each other.

Testimonials

  • “The Pastor’s retreat can best be described in one word “NECESSARY.” A time set aside to reflect and be reminded that we are God’s choice and it’s important for us as leaders to steal away and refuel. I believe lifelong brotherhoods were formed and we all are better as a result of what we experienced. Kudos to Adam and the team!!! We were embraced with 5-star hospitality and service. I look forward to the next event.”

    Pastor Jason Hendrickson

    Restoration Tabernacle

  • “In the midst of wearying ministry in a Global City like NYC, times of respite are rare, and times of respite with like-minded colleagues are rarer. I am so grateful to LEAD.NYC for creating environments of rest and renewal for NYC pastors, inviting ‘elders’ in ministry to pour into other pastors/leaders, and encouraging us toward deeper trust and unity in fulfilling God’s call on each minister in the city. It is such an honor and privilege to be a part of what God is doing in NYC!”

    Drew Hyun

    Hope Midtown

  • “As I reflect on our recent Pastors 30-hour retreat, fond memories come to mind. Getting away even for a brief time has huge dividends. We get a chance to reconnect with area pastors and are reminded that we’re not alone. This get-together reminds me of a college roommate of mine who used to call me comrade. When I questioned why he used that moniker, his response still sticks with me today, some 35 years later. He said, ‘We’re in a similar struggle. That’s why I call you comrade.’ He was from Zimbabwe, which was experiencing a civil war. The use of comrade rallied the troops to maintain a sense of community and focus. The retreat gave me a chance to see my comrades and be strengthened by them. Although I taught one session, I learned from all the other guys through the informal table fellowship and the formal talks. Thanks for making it happen.”

    David Ireland

    Christ Church

  • “Pastors, don’t let your heart become a cemetery. Keep it alive with the transparency, understanding, and support that are necessary for deep relationships among us.’ That’s how Jamal Bernard exhorted me and 29 other pastors during the final session of our 30-hour retreat. He could never have said that a year ago. Our group was just forming, and the relationships were new. But things turned a corner earlier this week at the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach. We were now going deep. We were sharing with honesty. We were discovering real life and community together. And those changes meant life for each of us, and in the end life for NYC. Thank you, Adam! Thank you, LEAD.NYC! Thank you, Lord Jesus!”

    Rev. Matthew P. Ristuccia

    Stonehill Church

  • “The Pastor’s retreat can best be described in one word “NECESSARY.” A time set aside to reflect and be reminded that we are God’s choice and it’s important for us as leaders to steal away and refuel. I believe lifelong brotherhoods were formed and we all are better as a result of what we experienced. Kudos to Adam and the team!!! We were embraced with 5-star hospitality and service. I look forward to the next event.”

    Pastor Jason Hendrickson

    Restoration Tabernacle

  • “In the midst of wearying ministry in a Global City like NYC, times of respite are rare, and times of respite with like-minded colleagues are rarer. I am so grateful to LEAD.NYC for creating environments of rest and renewal for NYC pastors, inviting ‘elders’ in ministry to pour into other pastors/leaders, and encouraging us toward deeper trust and unity in fulfilling God’s call on each minister in the city. It is such an honor and privilege to be a part of what God is doing in NYC!”

    Drew Hyun

    Hope Midtown

  • “As I reflect on our recent Pastors 30-hour retreat, fond memories come to mind. Getting away even for a brief time has huge dividends. We get a chance to reconnect with area pastors and are reminded that we’re not alone. This get-together reminds me of a college roommate of mine who used to call me comrade. When I questioned why he used that moniker, his response still sticks with me today, some 35 years later. He said, ‘We’re in a similar struggle. That’s why I call you comrade.’ He was from Zimbabwe, which was experiencing a civil war. The use of comrade rallied the troops to maintain a sense of community and focus. The retreat gave me a chance to see my comrades and be strengthened by them. Although I taught one session, I learned from all the other guys through the informal table fellowship and the formal talks. Thanks for making it happen.”

    David Ireland

    Christ Church

  • “Pastors, don’t let your heart become a cemetery. Keep it alive with the transparency, understanding, and support that are necessary for deep relationships among us.’ That’s how Jamal Bernard exhorted me and 29 other pastors during the final session of our 30-hour retreat. He could never have said that a year ago. Our group was just forming, and the relationships were new. But things turned a corner earlier this week at the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach. We were now going deep. We were sharing with honesty. We were discovering real life and community together. And those changes meant life for each of us, and in the end life for NYC. Thank you, Adam! Thank you, LEAD.NYC! Thank you, Lord Jesus!”

    Rev. Matthew P. Ristuccia

    Stonehill Church

  • “The Pastor’s retreat can best be described in one word “NECESSARY.” A time set aside to reflect and be reminded that we are God’s choice and it’s important for us as leaders to steal away and refuel. I believe lifelong brotherhoods were formed and we all are better as a result of what we experienced. Kudos to Adam and the team!!! We were embraced with 5-star hospitality and service. I look forward to the next event.”

    Pastor Jason Hendrickson

    Restoration Tabernacle

  • “In the midst of wearying ministry in a Global City like NYC, times of respite are rare, and times of respite with like-minded colleagues are rarer. I am so grateful to LEAD.NYC for creating environments of rest and renewal for NYC pastors, inviting ‘elders’ in ministry to pour into other pastors/leaders, and encouraging us toward deeper trust and unity in fulfilling God’s call on each minister in the city. It is such an honor and privilege to be a part of what God is doing in NYC!”

    Drew Hyun

    Hope Midtown

  • “As I reflect on our recent Pastors 30-hour retreat, fond memories come to mind. Getting away even for a brief time has huge dividends. We get a chance to reconnect with area pastors and are reminded that we’re not alone. This get-together reminds me of a college roommate of mine who used to call me comrade. When I questioned why he used that moniker, his response still sticks with me today, some 35 years later. He said, ‘We’re in a similar struggle. That’s why I call you comrade.’ He was from Zimbabwe, which was experiencing a civil war. The use of comrade rallied the troops to maintain a sense of community and focus. The retreat gave me a chance to see my comrades and be strengthened by them. Although I taught one session, I learned from all the other guys through the informal table fellowship and the formal talks. Thanks for making it happen.”

    David Ireland

    Christ Church

  • “Pastors, don’t let your heart become a cemetery. Keep it alive with the transparency, understanding, and support that are necessary for deep relationships among us.’ That’s how Jamal Bernard exhorted me and 29 other pastors during the final session of our 30-hour retreat. He could never have said that a year ago. Our group was just forming, and the relationships were new. But things turned a corner earlier this week at the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach. We were now going deep. We were sharing with honesty. We were discovering real life and community together. And those changes meant life for each of us, and in the end life for NYC. Thank you, Adam! Thank you, LEAD.NYC! Thank you, Lord Jesus!”

    Rev. Matthew P. Ristuccia

    Stonehill Church

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