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As churches return to in-person gatherings, leaders are seeking to decide how(or whether)to begin, discontinue, adapt, or expand their online ministry. This resource provides questions for reflection and discussion as you discern next steps, along with a range of options for hybrid ministry.
This report explores how new worshiping communities engage in and think about discipleship, spiritual formation, and worship.
Leaders of new worshiping communities were asked questions about their community’s worship practices, sustainability, and presbytery relations.
This report covers research on the sustainability of new worshiping communities within the 1001 NWC movement.
Knowing that giving increases during times of crisis, best practices for communication in reaching out to your community and its strongest financial givers.
Responding to a shortfall in revenue during the Covid-19 pandemic featuring The Rev. Jon Moore Presbyterian Mission Agency Mission Engagement Advisor and The Rev. Princeton Abaraoha, field staff for African Intercultural Ministries in the Racial Equity & Women’s Intercultural Ministries.
Audio recording of 1001 New Worshiping Communities Zoom conversation on how to create community, intimacy and connection in online/digital worship during Covid-19 pandemic. Guests include Lutheran pastor Emily Scott, author of For All Who Hunger: Searching for Communion in a Shattered World — and panelists the Rev. Neelly Burton from Grace Presbyterian Church in Wichita,… Read more »
The Leaders Report is based on an annual survey of 1001 New Worshiping Community leaders. It provides the most in-depth research on the demographics of new worshiping communities. This report, part of a 10-year longitudinal research project, tracks the progress of the 1001 New Worshiping Communities initiative.
The interview reports are based on individual interviews with NWC leaders and participants. They help track the impact the 1001 initiative is having on lives and communities. This report, part of a 10-year longitudinal research project, tracks the progress of the 1001 New Worshiping Communities initiative.
The Presbytery Survey provides information about how mid councils support, encourage and hold accountable the new worshiping communities within their bounds. This report, part of a 10-year longitudinal research project, tracks the progress of the 1001 New Worshiping Communities initiative.