Neighborhoods and communities benefit as new gatherings of disciples bear witness to the love and grace of God. We gather for the good of others. Rather than asking, “How can we make church better?” we ask, “How can we be church in a new way?”
The church becomes more responsive to Christ’s call to make disciples. New worshiping communities are carrying the mission of the church into places and among people often excluded from the traditional church. And these missionary leaders are returning to the larger church with the good news that God is at work in places we didn’t expect or weren’t paying attention to. These stories of hope and healing beckon even the most tired of the faithful to put on their shoes and discover what the Spirit is doing.The reforming transforming work of God bears fruit in a vibrant Presbyterian Church(USA) and beyond. Starting new worshiping communities isn’t a project for institutional survival. It is a surrender to the work of the Spirit who makes all things new - beginning in our individual lives and extending to our congregational and communal life and finally bearing fruit and blessing for the world.
Associate for Apprenticeships & Residencies
Associate for the Northeast Region & Assessments
Associate for Coaching & Spiritual Formation
Associate for the Southeast Region
Associate for Central & Western Regions