Neighborhood Church: Transforming Your Congregation into a Powerhouse for Mission by Krin Van Tatenhove and Rob Mueller
Mondays, October 21 & 28 and November 4, 6:15–7:30pm in the Library Lounge
Read, then join us for a three-week book study. Copies of the books are available for pickup from the church office. Donations to offset the cost of the books are welcome, but not required. We hope to see you there!
The Co-Moderators of the 223rd General Assembly (2018) chose Neighborhood Church as this year’s book for church-wide study to provide an opportunity for us to read, reflect, share, and listen.
The Mid-Kentucky Presbytery’s study of Neighborhood Church before their May presbytery assembly produced a very lively discussion. John Odom, Mid-Kentucky’s Presbyter for Community Life, tells us: “Neighborhood Church gave our congregations stories of hope and real-world examples from churches throughout the U.S. of what embodying the gospel with neighbors can look like. It emboldened congregational leaders to name and claim deep resources for ministry already present, and stirred them to dream of concrete ways that their congregations can become the embodiment of Christ with their communities.”