Announcing a new March 2020 Conference
On the Block with Doug Logan
Church Planting in New England's Urban Neighborhoods
In February 2020, The Philip Center will be launching NEU Church Planting. NEU seeks to plant sustainable, diverse, gospel-centered churches in New England’s poorest urban neighborhoods. These communities are full of rich relationships and under-valued resources. Yet they are often hit hard by complex social problems. They also happen to be the places least likely to have strong, gospel churches.
Join us and Doug Logan in March at our first event to get inspired, informed, and engaged about planting churches in these neighborhoods.
Friday at 6:30pm: Pizza with Doug
(Pay your own way, location tba)
Please RSVP by selecting the free ticket to this event when registering
Complementary Catered Lunch
Sessions with Doug Logan, Tim Zulker, and special guests
$40 registration fee
See our registration page for more details.
Our Speaker Doug Logan
A former pastor in Camden and Philadelphia, Doug Logan was appointed by the Acts 29 Network to serve as the director of the Diversity Initiative and the co-director of Church in Hard Places. Doug is the founder and president of Grimké Seminary in Richmond, VA. He is the author of On the Block: Developing a Biblical Picture for Missional Engagement as well as numerous articles. Doug and his wife, Angel, have been married since 1996 and have three sons.
About NEU Church Planting
New England Urban (NEU) Church Planting is a new initiative of the The Philip Center. NEU seeks to plant sustainable, diverse, gospel-centered churches in New England's poorest urban neighborhoods. NEU Church Planting is a partner with Acts 29: Church in Hard Places.
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