Faith Communities, Property, and Moving Boldly into the Future
Saturday, June 7,
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon,
Chapel, Calvary Baptist Church
Please join us Saturday, June 7 for Sacred Spaces/Urban Assets, an interactive conversation designed to give congregational leaders practical tools for understanding and leveraging valuable urban property. Hear perspectives of a change management consultant, a design specialist, and a developer; think in creative, interactive ways about possible scenarios for your faith community; gather resources to help your faith community move into the future.
Phillip W. Renfrow, AIA is the managing principal of Geier Brown Renfrow Architects where he also serves as director of design. A long-time member or Calvary Baptist Church, he has held church leadership positions, including several terms on the Board of Trustees.
Calvary member Jeremy Fretts, B.Arch., M.A., Architect. is a Virginia-registered architect, and has studied organizational change at a graduate level at George Washington University. In previous congregations, Jeremy has served on the building committees of both a megachurch, and a small historic congregation, and has served in worship leadership positions.
Charles E. King serves as a principal at CSG Urban Partners. Mr. King has over 22 years of real estate, financial and entrepreneurial experiences. He was the Acting Executive VP for the RLA Revitalization Corporation (RLARC), where he directed the management and operations of the $500 million RLARC real estate portfolio.
Simone A. Goring Devaney has 19 years of professional experience in the field of real estate development and finance. Ms. Goring served as Vice President of real estate development with the District of Columbia’s National Capital Revitalization Corporation (NCRC) where she managed many of the District’s largest public/private real estate projects including over 1.5 million SF of commercial space and 1,500 housing units.