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The New Church Summit

As Disciples strategized about the future of the New Church Movement over the coming decade in light of current realities and next normals, Pastor Terrell L McTyer introduced his goal to make 1 million new disciples in a decade.

Water the Plants Prayer Summit

The June event featured a short teaching on prayer from Rev. Dr. Martha Brown, a member of Disciples Church Extension Fund‘s board of trustees.

It also featured a spoken word performance from Rev. Yvonne Gilmore, Interim Associate General Minister and Administrative Secretary of the National Convocation.

The New Wave Pentecost Series

Has the reality of living through multiple waves of the novel coronavirus pandemic caused you to feel isolated and cut off?

If so, New Church Ministry and My SupaNatural Life invite you to join the New Wave Pentecost Series, a series of powerfully interactive webinars where you can discover new ways of communicating the Word of God!

Exploring American Sign Language (ASL) in Communal Care

Our inaugural installment, which focused on expanding communal care for those who are hard of hearing or deaf, saw participants:

  • Learn ASL together as individuals and in groups
  • Explore new technological advancements that are allowing us to communicate with even more members of our global village
  • Identified ways to increase accessibility at home, at work, and in the world
  • Experienced a fun time engaging in creativity and community

Exploring Neurodiversity in Communal Care

Our second webinar, which was about neurodiversity, an umbrella term that describes a range of development and learning differences, saw attendees:

– Hear first-hand accounts from people with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, and autism
– Learn how wider society can better serve these neurodiverse communities
– Discover how to create spaces for open and honest conversations about what it’s like to live in a neurotypical world