New Day 2016
Spiritual Transformation for leaders and congregations.
New Day 2016 is an offering of the Regional church to help your congregation create an atmosphere open to God’s transforming power. Together we pray, we listen to God, we take risks, we experiment with new ideas, and we focus on ministry opportunities outside and inside the congregation. We are on a spiritual journey and God is guiding our path.
Each congregation has its own unique experience of transformation. In this two-year process, there will be training retreats for church leaders to get the process started, monthly coaching calls for the ministers, and follow-up events to hear about progress and offer more resources.
New Day is a new approach to congregational transformation. Driven by deeper spirituality, enriching partnership and ongoing support, churches find their path to a faithful future. This is not a cookie cutter program. Congregations with similar interests and similar callings can work together. The Regional church is making a huge commitment to help with congregational transformation. This could make a big difference in the life of a congregation!
What outcomes do we expect? We’ll experience spiritual transformation as individuals and as a congregation. We’ll be clear about our purpose as a church, our focus will change and we’ll share God’s love in new ways. We’ll be able to tell story after story of lives that have been changed through our ministry together.
What will it cost? The Regional church is willing to cover the costs of programming and leadership for the training retreats and other meetings for New Day 2016 – keynote speakers, trainers, resources, staff, etc. We ask the congregations to pay for their room and board for the events and for the monthly conversations with their transformation coach.
New Day will be starting in the first quarter of 2016. Contact us soon to get on board.
Want to know more? Here’s a pdf file with the latest information!
And some videos to tell you more!
Visit cciwdisciples.org or contact Scott Woolridge – [email protected]