The Rev. Canon Dr. Rob Droste, Canon for Congregational Development and Mission, talks about the “Come and See” event originally planned for Jan. 7 for The Way of St. Paul, the diocese’s program to build churches by transforming the lives of the individuals who attend them. The new date is March 11.
After Rescheduling due to Covid, Way of St. Paul and "The Forge" are Coming March 11
On March 11, you can become part of a new way to build congregations by building your own faith and discipleship—The Way of St. Paul.
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.
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 learn more about how you can transform your life and the life of your congregation. The event is followed by our signature worship service—”The Forge,” a transformative service of worship, praise, and witness in the Anglican tradition.