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The Center for Congregations works to strengthen Indiana congregations by hosting events and workshops and seeking out and sharing the latest resources available to congregations. While its work is based in Indiana, the Center shares its findings and educational material with congregations everywhere on its website, and through its newsletter, Centerpiece, and its blog, Centerview.

Center for Congregations
303 North Alabama Street, Suite 100
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Email: [email protected]
Toll Free: 866.307.2381

Phone: 317-237-7799

Web Site www.centerforcongregations.org

Rev. Timothy Shapiro, D. Min
President

Center for Congregations

The Center for Congregations is dedicated to helping strengthen Indiana congregations as they work through their challenges and opportunities. The Center offers consulting, resources and education events through offices across the state. Through resource consulting, the Center assists congregations in finding and utilizing the best local and national resources. These resources include media materials, consulting services, community agencies, websites, books and much more. Through education events, the Center brings in leaders from various fields for workshops, networking, conferences and long-term learning groups. The Center also helps congregations learn from each other through shared stories in its newsletter, Centerpiece, and its publication, Congregational Stories, and offers its information online to congregations across the country. The Center is a gift to Indiana congregations from Lilly Endowment, Inc.

Resources include:

Using Resources (how to make the most of the resources available to you)

Special Reports

Congregational Stories

Workshop Resource Guides

Centerpiece Newsletter

 

Other services:

• Resource Consulting

• Grants & Initiatives

• Workshops

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