Good practices for implementing UFS in your region

by | Aug 28, 2017 | News

Adam Hanley, program coordinator for the United Fresh Start Program, has published a resource document to guide the implementation of the program in Regional Councils. The introduction states:

This resource provides guidance practices about how the United Fresh Start program is shared and administered in The United Church of Canada. It provides background on how the program can help nurture vitality for both ministry personnel and congregations. It provides details about how the program works. It shares testimony of how the program has had a positive impact in two presbyteries. It provides history on how the program has been developed in our denomination.

These practices are for congregations, clusters and Regional Councils who choose to utilize this program that is being offered to the denomination by the General Council Office.

Click here to read or download the document.

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