FOSTER UNITY

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Evangelistic in Witness and in Power

Jesus prayed His followers would be one, like the Father and He are one (John 17) describing deep, intimate friendship, or theologically, unity. In that prayer He is clear that building unity will cause people to recognize Jesus as God’s Son. Unity is evangelistic in witness to a divided world and in power, since we see God using it to do more than anyone had ever considered.

While there are wonderful examples of that unity in the Church today, most of us operate in networks that tend to align to race, ethnicity, class, sex, age, and politics. Sometimes this is the byproduct of something ugly, and sometimes it's for practical reasons. But in either case, it’s not what Jesus prayed for and is not different than society. To have the unity for which Christ prayed, we must disadvantage ourselves to build bridges across divides that have no place in the Church.

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GROUPS WE SERVE

Cape Cod Pastors

Denomination Leaders

Discipleship Pastors

Early Career Leaders

Executive Pastors

Large Church Pastors

Latino Pastors

Mid-Size Church Pastors

Missions Pastors

Multi-Site Leaders

New England Leaders

Urban Ministry Leaders

Women in Christian Leadership

Worship Leaders

GROUPS WE PARTNER WITH

We partner with and support groups like COPHANI and the B.M.A. Tenpoint (BMAT, formerly the Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston), collaborating with them to do work such as funding Covid relief initiatives.

Stay tuned for our new Bridge-Builders Program, which will bring Christian leaders from different backgrounds and contexts together to form friendships.

 
 

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