You and your spouse are invited to attend a very special event being held at Chicago Tabernacle. It will be held on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.
To find out more, click on this link:
Note the reduced rate for Senior Pastors.
LIMITED SCHOLARSHIPS: We don’t want any Inner City Senior Pastor to miss out on this event. If the cost of the event is prohibitive for you please email us at:
Just put the word “Scholarship” in the Subject line and send. We will respond with a registration form for the event. We would love to help find a way to make it possible for you and your spouse to attend
We trust you will sense the Lord leading you and your spouse to attend.
And, please spread the word about this to your fellow pastors.
Serving Him together,
Chicago Day of Renewal 2017
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
9am – 9pm
Chicago Tabernacle | Chicago, IL
In place of our regular spring event at The Brooklyn Tabernacle, Strategic Renewal is excited to partner with The Chicago Tabernacle for the first time ever, in providing an opportunity for you to experience what God can do when His people come together to pray.
Chicago Tabernacle is a great example of what happens when a church focuses on prayer. Chicago Tabernacle was started in 2002 by Pastor Al Toledo, and his wife, Chrissy Cymbala Toledo. Chrissy is the daughter of Pastor Jim and Carol Cymbala of the Brooklyn Tabernacle. Al and Chrissy met at The Brooklyn Tabernacle, and consequently, Chicago Tabernacle is very much a more modern expression of the beloved congregation in Brooklyn.
Enjoy three teaching sessions taught by Daniel Henderson (President of Strategic Renewal) and Pastor Al Toledo (Sr Pastor of The Chicago Tabernacle). Get an inside glimpse of the ministry at Chicago Tabernacle, interact on a more personal level with Pastor Al & Chrissy Toledo, and be inspired to see what a prayer culture could look like in your church!
Finish off this great experience by attending Chicago Tabernacle’s weekly prayer gathering. This gathering is attended by hundreds each week, and you will be blessed as you watch God working in the midst of His people. Make plans today to join together with people from all over the country for a day of prayer and teaching!
President, Strategic Renewal
|Pastor Al & Chrissy Toledo
The Chicago Tabernacle
At Midwest Bible Church. 3441 N Cicero Ave, Chicago, IL.
3:00pm – Welcome, worship and opening challenge from Pastor Marco David. The Power of Prayer in Pastoral Endurance
3:20pm – Breakout Sessions
5:00pm – Dinner (On Your Own)
7:00pm – Evening Session – Daniel Henderson
Prayer Laboratory for Dynamic Prayer Experiences (Leading prayer in a small church, small groups or other more intimate gatherings.)
8:30pm – Dismiss
DAY OF RENEWAL:
8:30am – Arrival/Check-in @ Chicago Tabernacle
9:00am – Session One with Daniel Henderson.
10:30am – Session Two: Join the Pastor Al Toledo and the Chicago Tabernacle staff for a time of worship and teaching.
12:00pm – Lunch & Breakouts; Private lunch for Sr Pastors/Wives with Al Toledo and Chrissy Cymbala Toledo.
2:00pm – Session Three with Daniel Henderson – Leading a Prayer Culture In Your Church
3:30pm – Free time / Dinner on your own
7:00 – 9:00pm – Chicago Tabernacle Weekly Prayer Service.
Doors open at 5pm, Suggested arrival 6:15pm – 6:40pm
ALL PRICES INCLUDE LUNCH ON TUESDAY, MARCH 28TH
$65 – GENERAL REGISTRATION
$55 – PASTOR/SPOUSE DISCOUNT PRICE
$20 – FULL TIME STUDENT DISCOUNT
SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR CHICAGO LOCAL CHURCH PASTORS THANKS TO THE CHICAGO NEIGHBORHOOD PRAYER NETWORK.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations made by March 15th are fully refundable minus a $15 processing fee. After that date we will not be able to refund your registration fee due to costs that we will incur and not be able to recoup. You can gift your registration to another, if you so choose.
Testimonies from those who have attended past Day of Renewal gatherings:
“This was definitely a revitalizing experience.”
“God opened my eyes to new ways of prayer and how to draw closer to Him.”
“This experience encouraged me and taught me how to better lead my prayer ministry.”
“It renewed my personal commitment to spending one on one time with Jesus, not just in study, but in personal worship.”
“It was a gift from the Lord – I was refreshed, encouraged and challenged by Daniel’s teachings.
Closest Airport: O’Hare International (ORD)
Hotels: Hotels in Skoki, Downtown Chicago or by airport
Parking: 25 spots at Chicago Tabernacle, and 80 spots 2 1/2 blocks from Chicago Tabernacle. Full parking details will be provided to all registered attendees.
Restaurants: Fast food and local restaurants available within walking and driving distance of Chicago Tabernacle.
Saturday, January 28, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CST)
Uptown Baptist Church
Contact: Guille Villacreses and Pastor Jorge Fuentes, at (773) 953-4072 (708) 212-4281
RDO USA / USA Prayer Network. An interdenominational movement where the main thing is to call the community to prayer, RDO USA’s vision when planning the March of Prayer is to unite Christian churches and organizations around Chicago and to pray for peace in our city. Answering the call have joined Pastor Shando Valdez, New Jerusalem Church, Dr. Fuder, Pray Chicago, Guille Villacreses, Iglesia La Casa del Carpintero, Roy Peterson Radio Moody Chicago, among other pastors and organizations. We are happy with the diversity represented. Our main focus is to walk peacefully and pray for peace in our communities and stop violence. Pray for protection for our police, wisdom for government leaders, healthcare for victims of violence and families, and unity among the churches. The March Prayer is Saturday, July 30 at 11AM hope o’clock start at 2200 N Humboldt Blvd, Chicago, IL 60647 and We arrive at 2435 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622, the parking lot of the Christian Church Fellowship Flock and continue with programming. previously prepared.
RDO USA/Prayer Network USA. Un movimiento interdenominacional donde lo principal es llamar a la comunidad a la oración, La visión de RDO USA al planificar la Marcha de Oración es unir iglesias y organizaciones cristianas de Chicago y alrededores para orar por la paz en nuestra ciudad. Respondiendo al llamado se han unido el Pastor Shando Valdez, de la Iglesia Nueva Jerusalén, Dr. Fuder, de Pray Chicago, Guille Villacreses, de Iglesia La Casa del Carpintero entre otros pastores y organizaciones. Estamos alegres con la diversidad representada. Nuestro enfoque principal es caminar pacíficamente y orar por la paz en nuestras comunidades y que pare la violencia. Orar por protección para nuestra policía, sabiduría para los líderes gubernamentales, sanidad para las víctimas de la violencia y familias, y unidad entre las iglesias. La Marcha de Oración es el sábado, 30 de Julio a las 11AM en punto esperamos iniciaren 2200 N Humboldt Blvd, Chicago, IL 60647 y Llegaremos al2435 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622, estacionamiento de la Iglesia Rebaño Compañerismo Cristiano y continuaremos con una programación. Previamente preparada.
Contact Phil Miglioratti for more information:
Saturday, June 18th . . .
Shalom in the Streets ~ Gatherings small/medium/large ~ Host congregation ~ 77 neighborhoods ~ Petition heaven for peace and hope ion our streets ~ Scripture declaration recitation ~ Leading toward community engagement/developememt
Shalom on the Sidewalk ~Mobilizing youth “Into the Streets” >>>
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To offer to host one of the neighborhood gatherings, contact Phil@nppn.org
Rogers Park (Loyola, Rogers Park))
West Ridge (Nortown, Peterson Park, Rosehill, West Ridge, West Rogers Park)
Your Neighborhood = Little India/Little Pakistan (West Ridge)
Hosting Church(es) – Friendship Center Sunday fellowship, Prayer Tower, Vineyard Church, Park Community Church, etc.
Contact Person – Ted Barham email@example.com
Gathering Location – South Asian Friendship Center, 6353 N Talman Ave, Chicago, IL 60659
Uptown (Clarendon Park, Buena Park, New Chinatown, Sheridan Park, Uptown)
Lincoln Square (Bowmanville, Budlong Woods, Lincoln Square, Ravenswood, Ravenswood Gardens)
Edison Park (Edison Park)
Norwood Park (Big Oaks, Norwood Park, Old Norwood, Oriole Park, Union Ridge)
Jefferson Park (Gladstone Park, Jefferson Park)
Forest Glen (Edgebrook, Forest Glen, Middle Edgebrook, Sauganash, Wildwood)
North Park (Hollywood Park, North Park, Pulaski Park)
Albany Park (Albany Park, Mayfair, North Mayfair, Ravenswood Manor)
Hosting Church(es) – New Life Albany Park, etc.
Contact Person – Ted Barham firstname.lastname@example.org
Gathering Location – New Life Church Albany Park location, 3542 W Sunnyside Ave, Chicago, IL 60625
O’Hare (O’Hare, Schorsch Forest View)
Edgewater (Andersonville, Edgewater, Edgewater Glen, Epic, Lakewood/Balmoral)
North Center (Northcenter, Roscoe Village, Saint Ben’s)
Lakeview (Lake View East, North Halsted, West Lakeview, Wrigleyville)
Lincoln Park (DePaul, Old Town Triangle, Park West, Lincoln Park, Ranch Triangle, Sheffield Neighbors, Wrightwood Neighbors)
Avondale (Avondale, Jackowo, WacÅ?awowo)
Logan Square (Logan Square, Bucktown, Palmer Square)
Portage Park (Portage Park, Six Corners)
Irving Park (Irving Park, Kilbourn Park, Old Irving Park, The Villa)
Dunning (Belmont Heights, Belmont Terrace, Dunning, Irving Woods, Schorsch Village)
Belmont Cragin (Brickyard, Cragin, Hanson Park)
Hermosa (Belmont Gardens, Hermosa, Kelvyn Park)
Near North Side (Cabrini-Green, Dearborn Parkway, The Gold Coast, Goose Island, Magnificent Mile, Near North Side, Old Town, River North, River West, State Parkway, Streeterville)
Loop (The Loop, New Eastside, Printer’s Row, South Loop)
Near South Side (Dearborn Park, Near South Side, Museum Park, Central Station, Prairie Avenue Historic District)
Humboldt Park (Humboldt Park)
West Town (East Village, Noble Square, Ukrainian Village, Smith Park, West Town, Wicker Park)
Austin (Austin, Galewood, The Island)
West Garfield Park (West Garfield Park)
East Garfield Park (East Garfield Park, Fifth City)
Near West Side (Columbus Circle, Greektown, Little Italy, Medical Center, Near West Side, Tri-Taylor, Fulton River District, University Village)
North Lawndale (North Lawndale)
South Lawndale (Little Village, South Lawndale, Marshall Square)
Lower West Side (Heart of Chicago, Lower West Side, Pilsen)
Garfield Ridge (Garfield Ridge, Le Claire Courts, Sleepy Hollow, Vittum Park)
Archer Heights (Archer Heights)
Brighton Park (Brighton Park)
McKinley Park (McKinley Park)
New City (Back of the Yards, Canaryville, New City)
West Elsdon (West Elsdon)
Gage Park (Gage Park)
Clearing (Chrysler Village, Clearing)
West Lawn (Ford City, West Lawn)
Chicago Lawn (Chicago Lawn, Lithuanian Plaza, Marquette Park)
West Englewood (West Englewood)
Englewood (Englewood, Hamilton Park)
Armour Square (Armour Square, Chinatown, Wentworth Gardens)
Douglas (Bronzeville, Douglas, Groveland Park, Lake Meadows, Prairie Shores, South Commons)
Fuller Park (Fuller Park)
Grand Boulevard (Grand Boulevard)
Washington Park (Washington Park)
Hyde Park (Hyde Park)
South Shore (Jackson Park Highlands, South Shore)
Greater Grand Crossing (Grand Crossing, Greater Grand Crossing, Park Manor)
Ashburn (Ashburn, Ashburn Estates, Beverly View, Crestline, Parkview, Scottsdale, Wrightwood)
Auburn Gresham (Auburn Gresham, Gresham)
Beverly (Beverly, West Beverly)
Washington Heights (Brainerd, Longwood Manor, Washington Heights)
Mount Greenwood (Mount Greenwood, Talley’s Corner)
Morgan Park (Beverly Woods, Kennedy Park, Morgan Park, West Morgan Park)
Chatham (Chatham, West Chesterfield)
Avalon Park (Avalon Park, Marynook, Stony Island Park)
South Chicago (South Chicago)
Calumet Heights (Calumet Heights, Pill Hill)
Roseland (Fernwood, Princeton Park, Roseland)
Pullman (Cottage Grove Heights, Pullman)
South Deering (Jeffrey Manor, South Deering)
East Side (East Side)
West Pullman (West Pullman)
Riverdale (Altgeld Gardens, Eden Green, Golden Gate, Riverdale)