Vibrancy in the Old and Ideas for the New

The New Church Development  Committee

invites you…

To be inspired.
To dream.
To be encouraged.
To have renewed hope.

Pastors and leaders are invited to come and explore the possibilities as we discover together what it means to be a vibrant church and what the key ingredients of a vibrant church look like.

  •        Whether your church is already active and alive,
  •        Whether your church is barely staying afloat,
  •        Or whether your church is somewhere in-between…

This day-long workshop is for you and those in your church who aspire to have a deeper and richer faith journey, for those who want to believe that there is still more..

Vera White of 1001 New Worshiping Communities will be facilitating, along with the Rev.’s George and Beverly Thompson, Transformation Coaches from our own presbytery.  Together we will learn and discuss how we can bring new vibrancy to existing churches and birth new worshiping communities within our presbytery – and maybe we can even see how the two can intertwine and work together.

Our goal is to once again awaken our spiritual imaginations as we listen and discuss and learn how new vitality and vibrancy can be rekindled in our congregations.  This kind of thinking and talking takes leaders to a new level of leadership.  We want our leaders to be empowered to be able to share the vision of what the church can be!

We would love for you, and anyone in your church who you think has a heart or desire for seeing beyond what current situations say is possible, to join us to dream larger.

When:                              Saturday, February 18th, 9:00am – 3:00pm

Where:     Highland Presbyterian Church, 111 Highland Ave., Fayetteville, NC
Lunch will be on your own – with an intriguing assignment!

Pre-registration is important, please call the presbytery office at 910-862-8300 x 1

More information will be forthcoming.  For any questions you can contact Rev. Sally Henry at: or call her at 910-502-1033.

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