Congregations in Transition: A Guide for Analyzing, Assessing, And Adapting in Changing Communities
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This hands-on guide helps congregations meet the reality and challenges of today's constantly changing urban and suburban church communities. Congregations in Transition, written in an easy-to-follow workbook format, is designed to help communities of faith focus on the changing needs of their members and explore the opportunities and options open to them.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Wiley
Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 (inches)
ISBN: 0787954225
ISBN-13: 9780787954222

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Publisher's Description

This hands-on guide helps congregations meet the reality and challenges of today's constantly changing urban and suburban church communities. Congregations in Transition, written in an easy-to-follow workbook format, is designed to help communities of faith focus on the changing needs of their members and explore the opportunities and options open to them.

Author Bio

Carl S. Dudley and Nancy T. Ammerman are faculty members at Hartford Seminary and researchers at the Hartford Institute for Religious Research. They are authorities on congregational studies and the relationship between congregations and their communities.

Editorial Reviews

"...a digestible marriage of keen analysis and practical exercises..." (Christianity and Renewal, June 2002)

"..it is a worthwhile book, easy to read, with good directions and clear to follow.."(Christian Research)

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