As we begin the new year many congregational leaders are asking the same questions. What will 2022 hold for our congregation? What strategy can we use to move our church forward in the new year? What processes are available to support healthy and sustainable ministry goals for the future?
We would like to introduce Pathways for Fruitful and Healthy Ministry. Pathways offers congregations an intentional process to prepare, assess, learn and grow in their understanding of what it means to be a healthy, fruitful congregation post-COVID-19. Pathways offers the tools to create a plan that provides clarity and focus to take the next faithful steps in ministry and mobilize leaders and disciples to world-changing discipleship and ministry. Pathways builds on the work your congregation has already done and offers new directions for being connected and engaged in mission and ministry.
United Methodists in Greater New Jersey are called to recruit and equip spiritual transformational leaders to make disciples and grow congregations for the transformation of the world. Healthy & fruitful congregations will invest in intentional discipleship systems to invite, connect, engage, nurture, and send out disciples to make a difference in the community. Pathways will assist you in living out this call.
You can learn more about the Pathways process and fill out this interest form by visiting https://www.gnjumc.org/pathways/.