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Many resources are available for innovative church ministry.


1001 New Worshiping Communities coaches—for help starting a new community:
Auburn Media Training—workshops and resources for your ministry and worship:
Call to Mission—Presbyterian World Mission campaign to address evangelism, poverty alleviation, and ending violence against women and children:
New Beginnings—a program for congregations envisioning a new future:


Engage—a video and print curriculum to help congregations be relevant:
Faith3—a web tool for creating relevant, transformative ministries in the 21st century:
Starting New Worshiping Communities—a step-by-step guide:
We Believe—faith-formation curriculum for youth:
Young Adult Hospitality House Webinar Resource Packet—an intentional-community guide: (search by title)
Young adult ministries

Coming Events



July 18–20  |  Massanetta Springs, VA
Featuring Neal Presa, Tommy Burleson, and other leaders in the church, the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic Presbyterian Men’s Conference will explore the theme “Following Jesus” so that participants may better know Christ and serve as spiritual leaders.


July 30–August 3  |  Fort Worth, TX
Stacey Abram, Luis Rivera-Pagan, Joe Clifford, and Joosep Keum will keynote this PC(USA) conference about multicultural congregational dynamics.


August 11–14  |  St. Pete Beach, FL
The 2014 Evangelism and Church Growth Conference will offer nine tracks, each a variation of Jesus’ Great Commission in Matthew 28:18–20, including evangelism, 1001 New Worshiping Communities, congregational transformation, interfaith evangelism, and five racial-ethnic and language-specific forms of evangelism.



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