We will be re-publishing the talks from our Urban Hope Conference over the next number of weeks. Our first talk is by Mez McConnell.
In this episode, Tim Zulker speaks with Andy Constable of Niddrie Community Church about the joys of being a pastor in a hard place.
As COVID-19 continues to affect communities and churches around the world, Tim spoke to Pastor Chip Anderson about how his church has experienced COVID-19 and dealt with its challenges.
This month on NEU Podcast, we talked with Sharon Dickens and Natasha Davidson. It’s a great conversation about how churches in an urban poor context can serve women and children.
NEU Church Planting is launching a rebranding of our podcast today with two new episodes. The goal of NEU Podcast going forward will be to bring together a collection of wise voices to inform, exhort, and grow our community of church planters who are building sustainable, diverse, and gospel-centered churches among New England’s urban poor.
Chip Anderson is the pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in the Hill, New Haven, CT. In this episode Tim interviews him about his community, how he became a planting pastor there, power and empowerment in poor communities, and how suburban churches can play a role in inner-city church planting.