February Worship Series unwraps findings of Membership Growth Task Force
On Sunday, January 27, Asylum Hill Congregational Church installed Rev. Erica Thompson as senior minister. After months of transition, following the unanimous and boisterous approval of the Senior Minister Search Committee’s recommendation, AHCC’s new leadership is exploring how we can grow together – both spiritually and numerically. If you’ve been away, “waiting to see” how this all shakes out, come on back! If you’ve been following along on the sidelines, but not quite ready to put your whole self in – it’s time! If you’ve been involved in the transition as a leader or a learner – thank you. Come and see what’s next at AHCC!
In September 2018, selected staff and members began meeting with Fathom Consultants to define what makes AHCC special and unique among churches. What is it that draws people to worship and fellowship at AHCC? What special qualities do we offer those seeking a place to grow spiritually; to those feeling “out of sync” with other denominations; to those who feel marginalized by society and religion; to those going through life transitions? The answer, it was determined, was threefold: (1) We are not afraid to ask the hard questions; (2) We are accepting and embracing of differences; and (3) Our diversity is the foundation for creating positive impact in the world.
Inquiry. Acceptance. Impact.
Make sure you are in worship each Sunday in February as we celebrate the next phase for AHCC, exploring and growing together. The worship series introduces the next step on our continuing faith journey as individuals and as a church.