The Rev. Canon Dr. Rob Droste, Canon for Congregational Development and Mission, addresses the 239th Convention of the Diocese of New Jersey to discuss tools for developing congregations by developing disciples. This Saturday, March 11, a new small-group focused version of The Way of St. Paul will be introduced, capped off by “The Forge,” a transformative service of worship, praise, and witness in the Anglican tradition.
Transform Your Life this Saturday
The Way of St. Paul transforms individual lives by giving people the tools to develop a deeper, richer faith life, the ability to see Christ working in the lives of people around them, and the words to talk about it.
That’s also how the Way of St. Paul transforms the lives of congregations: by helping individuals grow spiritually, creating more vibrant, loving, Christ-centered communities that fill the hunger for connection and for God that our world feels.
This new version of The Way of St. Paul emphasizes one of the basic tools of personal transformation—small group ministry—experienced in a loving, supportive, and guided environment.
Take your first steps on The Way of St. Paul with a face-to-face “Come and See” event March 11 at St. David’s Cranbury, where you can spend the day growing in the Spirit and learning more about how you can transform your life and the life of your congregation.
At 5:00 p.m., you can gather with the group for “The Forge,” a transformative service of worship, praise, and witness in the Anglican tradition. Music will be lively and spiritually uplifting.You may be part of “The Forge” even if you don’t participate in the rest of the day’s events.
Register now to be part of this event and begin transforming your life.