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Engaging the Community in Your Missional Church

Recognizing that in today’s post-Christian, multicultural society the church is no longer at the center of its community so they need a new way to engage the gospel, the congregation and the neighborhood that replaces program-based, staff-led and consumer-sensitive ministries with disciple-making, servant-based ministries. To help, the Indianapolis Center for Congregations, an organization dedicated to supporting and strengthening Indiana churches, has published a special report, available as a free PDF download, that offers guidance to congregation leaders and members as they strengthen and create a culture of engagement within their communities and beyond.  Additional information and updated resources regarding the missional church and community engagement are also available. 






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