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The dark is very scary for many of the kids who skateboard. Living in poverty they go to bed hungry at night, which is when the police or CPS come. Serious JuJu, a worshiping community for skateboarders — and those who love them — is helping save these kids’ lives. JuJu is an indoor skate park and food ministry. A shelter from the storms and crisis kids are having.



First Presbyterian Church of Hayward in San Francisco’s Bay Area — a congregation of around 350 — has helped launch four new worshiping communities within a 12-mile radius of the church. Each NWC leader is on the church staff.



National Capital Presbytery in Washington, D.C., has just launched a new worshiping community. The Porch at Faith Chapel is housed in a manse next door to a church that closed two years ago in food and wine country in Lucketts, Virginia.



Michael Plank is a half-time pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Hudson Falls, New York, and founder of Underwood Park CrossFit. The new worshiping community he started in 2014 is self-sustaining. More than 100 members pay a monthly fee to work out physically and spiritually in a gym.



Finding ‘Common Ground’ on Jesuit Campus: Worshiping community at Xavier University in Cincinnati provides spiritual home for diverse group of non-Catholic students.



For the first time, Presbyterians have a mission presence on the eastern edge of the island, thanks to a new worshiping community — Misión Presbyteriana en Rio Grande. Their mission: to do what Jesus taught, by going to the people who need him.



‘Language of Heaven’ for 1001 New Worshiping Community in Huntington Beach, California: Arabic Presbyterian Fellowship learning to reach out to Muslim neighbors.



It all began when a Presbyterian family from Homs in Syria moved to Costa Mesa, California, and got in touch with Presbyterian Church of the Covenant. They had left before the Syrian Crisis unfolded — and knew there were enough Syrian Presbyterians who wanted to start an Arabic speaking worship service.



In Manhattan, New York City, a new worshiping community is being formed thanks to a nearly 140-year-old church that takes seriously its belief that all God’s people are holy.