about the Keynote Presentations
Keynote Presentation: Intergenerational Covenant Communities: Forging a Path toward a New Ecclesiology
Rev. Jason Brian Santos, PhD, is the Mission Coordinator for Christian Formation (Christian education, children, youth, college, young adult, camps and conference ministries) at the Presbyterian Mission Agency. He also serves as the National Director of UKirk Collegiate Ministries. He is an ordained teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and holds a doctorate in practical theology from Princeton Theological Seminary. He is the author of A Community Called Taizé (IVP, 2008) and After Paradise (IVP Academic, forthcoming). He currently resides in Louisville, Kentucky, with his wife, Shannon and his two sons, Judah and Silas (aka Tutu). In his spare time, he plays and designs board games.
Keynote Presentation: A Church's Intergenerational Journey: Not Always Pretty, but It's Worth It
Theresa Cho is a co-pastor at St. John's Presbyterian Church in San Francisco. She is currently working on her Doctorate of Ministry that focuses on leading change in congregations using intergenerational ministry as a framework of how congregations can exist as a diverse faith community.
She is a west coaster through and through, meaning she loves seafood, 60 degree weather, and the laid back nature. When she is not pastoring, she is volunteering as a baby cuddler in the neonatal ICU, subverting her husband’s diet with baked goods, cheering on her son at soccer games, being her daughter’s biggest fan, and dutifully obeying her dog’s daily demands of being walked, petted, and adored.