Ministry Innovation: The Western North Carolina Conference Leads the Way
Throughout the conference, we have an extraordinary number of innovative ministry initiatives designed to expand the love of Christ in fresh ways, particularly for those who might never see themselves participating in a more “traditional” church.
innovation ministries in the WNCC, and counting!
innovation events planned for the next 18 months, and counting—Hatch-a-thons, Seeds of Change, and others!
congregations hosting innovation ministries, and counting!
Doing church well often means looking at what we are currently doing and re-imagining it to help more people.
One of the best things about serving God is when our ideas are turned into something that otherwise would have seemed impossible.
As churches strive to do more in their communities, it is common for them to forget that the best way to be a presence in the community is by working with the community.
Coach facilitated help sessions are being offered to clergy moving in a crazy time through the generosity of the Duke Endowment.
As we emerge from the crisis of the last weeks and enter a new era of being church, establishing strong spiritual disciplines requires innovation, mutual support and accountability. Join one of these learning sessions to grow alongside your clergy and lay peers.