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By Paul Stephens
In this webinar, we will discuss the types of extension ministries that congregations are taking part in and the actions that church leaders need to consider when adding these types of arrangements.
By Derek Minno-Bloom
A 2016 ECF Fellow, Derek has worked on food and housing justice issues with low-income people and people experiencing houselessness for the past ten years, and through his Fellowship will continue to run Trinity Church Asbury Park’s food pantry and soup kitchen that serves over 30,000 meals a year.
By Kyle Oliver
The Rev. Kyle Matthew Oliver’s teaching and research focuses on how digital media tools and spaces are changing ministry leadership and faith practices.
By Alan Bentrup
What if God is up to something big and global, but it can only be discovered through the small and local?
By Nedgine Paul
During the webinar, we will discuss the links between collective and servant leadership in transforming education and social outcomes.
By d'Rue Hazel
This one hour webinar is designed to provide practical tips and concepts to consider during a search for new clergy leadership.
By Katie Mears
This one-hour webinar will provide an overview of the platform including how to search for information and how to update the information about your church or facility, and will draw on a variety of resources including stories, tools, and the website itself.
By Sarah Nolan
Many of our faith communities are experiencing a movement that is grounded in our spiritual and physical hunger for food, community, justice and relationship with God.
By Sandy Kolb
Leading in times of change, particularly a change in clergy leadership, presents special challenges. This two-part series is aimed at vestry members and other congregational leaders who are currently or will soon be leading their congregation through a clergy transition.
By Will Scott
How might the Spirit be speaking to those of us on the inside of the church through the voices and stories of those beyond our walls? What if the line between insider and outsider is made less clear?