Danita Nelson of New Covenant Fellowship of Austin shares about their intentional, multi-national, multi-racial, intergenerational community.
Sarah Brown of the Church of Scotland shares about her churches’ merger and their participation in a pilot program to help them navigate the future.
Stephen Smith-Cobbs and Rebecca Messman of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Herndon, Virginia, share with us their partnership with nearby Herndon Elementary.
Robert Hay Jr, ruling elder at First Presbyterian, Peachtree City, GA, and ministry relations officer with the Presbyterian Foundation, shares insights on stewardship.
Gwen Brown, organizer with BUILD (Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development) and Tim Hughes, associate pastor at Brown Memorial Park Ave Presbyterian Church, share their collaboration in the Baltimore Youth Organizing Project.
Ben Johnston-Krase and Allen Brimer, co-planters of Farm Church, share the story of how their new worshipping community came to be. Learn more about Farm Church on their website.
Jeff Krehbiel and Don Meeks of National Capital Presbytery share about the “Can We Talk?” conversation they host during presbytery meetings to facilitate discussion among colleagues who may differ on various topics.
Miriam Mauritzen, associate pastor at First Presbyterian Kalispell, Montana, shares about Serious Ju Ju, a skateboard ministry the church has become involved with.
Learn more about Serious Ju Ju from their website.
Michael Mair, pastor in the Church of Scotland, shares his ideas on what makes sacred space at the 2016 National Gathering.
George Anderson and Lori Raible share their experiences with new pastor support at the 2016 National Gathering.