Communities of Theological Friendship

April 2013
Presbyterians Today;Apr2013, Vol. 103 Issue 3, p31
The article presents the Communities of Theological Friendship groups designed for U.S. pastoral leaders to be in relationship with one another. The groups are funded by grants from the office of Theology and Worship of the Presbyterian Church and offers a place for pastoral leaders to talk about the things of God as they wait for God's presence together. It cites the importance of pastoral leaders in enabling congregations to faithfully seek the wholeness and healing of the world around them.


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