More than ever, we need vital MCC congregations
to lift up unheard voices, to put into action our call to be sowers of justice and compassion.
God is at work in the world, doing a new thing, and
it is up to us to catch up with where the Spirit is moving.
It may look very different than what we have done before, but when we dare to act faithfully,
we will impact not just our congregation, but
our neighbors, our neighborhood, our wider community.
When we experience the powerful blend of spiritual vitality with an outward focus of empowered work
for compassion and justice,
we are more than a vibrant church,
we are the Body of Christ—alive,
living out the kingdom of God,
the Beloved Community.
NOW is the time to consider what new ways God may be calling you and your congregation to love your neighbor.
The Office of Church Life and Health (OCLH) is now offering a process for congregations that are desiring (re)Vitalization.
We are prepared and most willing to assist you and your congregation on a journey of (re)Vitalization.
Our program is designed to be spiritual, user-friendly, and flexible enough to adapt to the cultural context of your community.
Our staff and coaches will be with you every step of the way. We honor that this is not a “quick fix” for congregations. It takes strength and persistence to follow Jesus into the 21st Century and let go of the status quo. Please prayerfully consider this invitation to journey.
Please contact OCLH for more information on next steps to explore together the journey of (re)Vitalization
Email Rev. Lisa Heilig at [email protected]