Being a Vibrant Church: Learnings from Our Small Rural Congregations

Book, 2005, 9 pp
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A discussion guide by the "Vibrant Rural Churches Project" of Mennonite Church Saskatchewan. In 2003, the authors visited the ten smallest rural congregations in MC Saskatchewan, in order to identify what these churches are currently doing in order to maintain life and vitality in the face of rural community decline. Secondly, this project aimed to provide a process whereby those congregations could boldly expand their dreams to proceed with further life-giving possibilities.

This discussion guide consists of four sessions. They are offered as a means for your congregation to listen to and to learn from those ten congregations, whether you are large or small, rural or urban. May it help you to reflect upon how you are being a vibrant church and lead you forward with the Holy Spirit's presence and power into the future.

(4 sessions)

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