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Dear pastors and church staff,
September 15, 2010
The Network: Connecting Churches for Ministry
A new season of ministry is already underway. But this year, there's something new.
It's called The Network - www.crcna.org/Network - and it's a new way to connect people across North America who are involved in local church ministries.
From deacons to Sunday school teachers, librarians to the sound system folks, leaders of worship, small groups, youth, and more. Name an area of ministry, and there are others doing it. The Network is about connecting us all with each other.
More than a thousand CRC'ers are already connecting on The Network. Here's what some of them have said:
Some of our most popular online networks have 'Guides' who collect resources and write how-to articles. Their weekly blog posts keep you 'in the loop' with new resources, practical tips, and a good dose of encouragement throughout the year.
But the heart of every network is the discussion forum where anyone can post a question and get support from others who do that type of ministry. Across our denomination, there are so many people with knowledge and experience to share. Now we can connect with each other to talk about the nuts and bolts of church ministries.
The Network is easy to use. You can:
This is an exciting initiative to connect the CRC in new ways for ministry. But it only works if we all get in, participate, and start connecting with each other. Please join the conversation today at:
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