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          A space for member-to-member sharing about church experiences, inspiration, and needs. 
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Church experiences 

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Inspired thinkers and doers share via blogs, audio chats, videos, healings, and more. We'd love to hear your stories, too! 

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Church Alive Events

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upcoming/Recent summits
 

Northern Australia (Held Mar 15-16)

Pacific NW USA (Held Apr 4-6)

Midwest USA (Held Apr 11-13)

São Paulo, Brazil (Apr 18-19) 

upcoming workshop

Upstate New York (April 26)

RECENT WORKSHOPS

SoCal Church Alive 2014 (Held Feb 1, next steps coming soon)

Jakarta, Indonesia (Held November 23, 2013)

Summits held Spring 2013:

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Community Connections

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Consider joining or hosting regular Community Connection calls or meetings held in regions around the world. They're open to all. more

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Clerk to Clerk

If you are a clerk in a branch church or society, you are welcome to participate in this community. Please go to the Clerk to Clerk Web page.

Recent updates

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Brighter, spiritual views

—A church member shares how new perspectives and helpful resources have broadened his experience of church and expanded the activities of his branch church in unexpected ways.

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NorCal Church Alive Summit Reading Rooms as Community Embrace

—John Best-Jarvis and Kristen Wakefield discuss an example of the work of the "Prayer Warriors" work at the downtown Sacramento Christian Science Reading Room. This is a short excerpt of the breakout session on Reading Rooms as Community Embrace

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"Church belongs to Christ"

—How can we pray when there seem to be conflicting or dominating personalities in a branch church? Practitioners Anne Cooling and Sushil Likhi offer helpful ideas on how to pray in these situations.