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Center For Congregations Shares Vast Resource Library Online

The Center for Congregations, an Indiana-based resource that helps Indiana congregations address their challenges and opportunities, offers an online tool to help congregational leaders from all over find and use the best resources to address the topics facing their congregations. The web application allows congregational teams to search, save, organize and discuss resources and issues relevant to their situation, and includes books, articles, websites, organizations and more, all selected and vetted by the Center for Congregations based on its work with Indiana faith communities. This online service also offers workspaces that can serve as repositories for the resources and discussions that congregational team members want to share with one another and discuss together. For more help identifying resources to revive and support your congregation, see our article "Best Resources on Congregational Vitality." Also explore our "Congregational Vitality" subheading under the "Congregations" tab on our home page.

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