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The Congregational Resource Guide (CRG) is an online tool designed to help congregational leaders find resources to address their individual needs. The tool allows you to search and save articles and relevant information, and create a workspace for your congregation.

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Congregational Resource Guide

The Congregational Resource Guide (CRG) is an online tool designed to help leaders of all congregations find the right resources to address their individual needs. The tool allows you to: 

Search: Find the right resources for the congregational challenges you identify. Resources can be books, articles, websites, organizations and more. These resources are chosen for the CRG and evaluated based on the Center for Congregations’ extensive work with congregations

Save: Once you find the resources that fit your needs, you can create an account that allows you to save the resources and discuss them with others in your congregation

Create a Workspace: A CRG Workspace is a repository for resources and discussions related to a specific topic, created by a congregational team member. Within a workspace, you can begin conversations about the resources and the congregational topic, invite other congregation team members to see the resources and join the discussion, and invite an expert to help. You can create multiple workspaces around a variety of topics you identify

The CRG is a program of the Center for Congregations and is funded by Lilly Endowment Inc.

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