Regional President & District Executive Minister, Converge MidAtlantic
One of the great challenges facing churches today is planning to relaunch our in-person ministries safely and effectively. With each passing day, it is becoming clear that we are not in a temporary moment where we can simply go back to the way things used to be. Rather, we are in a transitionary moment, in which churches will need to embrace new ways of doing ministry. How can we adapt to new models while at the same time remaining true to our mission as the church? Our congregations have different sizes, locations, and cultures. Nonetheless, we can work together to help one another rebound stronger than ever.
Six Converge pastors and leaders discussed these topics in a webinar on May 13th called Moving Forward Together. Here is the link to a video recording of the webinar for you to enjoy. The panelists shared several excellent ideas. Below are links to some of the resources mentioned during the event.
If you would like assistance making a strategic plan for church, please reach out to us. The Converge MidAtlantic team would be happy to help. Also, please share your best ideas with us, so we can share them with others.
Brian Weber, Regional President & District Executive Minister, Converge MidAtlantic
Brian served as a pastor in the Converge MidAtlantic district for more than 15 years. Originally from the Philadelphia area, he mobilized efforts to start new churches in the Greater Delaware Valley and to send missionaries around the world. Brian is a graduate of Wheaton College and earned his Master of Divinity degree at Bethel Seminary of the East. Before his appointment as district executive minister in 2018, Brian worked for three years with Compassion International.