Since last fall, we’ve done a lot of Journey work. Now imagine… what might it look like to live our call?
The Vision Team will provide a response as it presents a future story on Sunday, Feb. 28 during the 10 a.m. worship service. This presentation is part of The Journey: Living Our Call, the latest step in our dynamic process to faithfully and wisely discern our future ministry in Nashville and beyond. The presentation will help us to envision our ministry for the next five years.
The Vision Team members will be on hand, including Stephen Moseley, Camille Biter, Ed Cole, Jackie Halstead, Katie McLaughlin, Amanda Miller, Allyn Maxfield-Steele and Thomas Kleinert. They will ask Vine Street participants to respond that day to three questions:
What do you like about this story?
What questions/concerns does the story raise for you?
Is this story a reasonable representation of what God has in mind for Vine Street’s ministry for the next five years?
Written responses will be collected and compiled. The Vision Team will be seeking 80 percent or more of respondents to affirm the story (question 3). If the affirmative response is less, then the Vision Team will use the responses to modify the story presented.
Once a future story is affirmed, the Vision Team will work to create a strategic plan for executing the story, which will be presented to the Official Board about a month later.
All Vine Street participants are urged to engage in this worship time on Feb. 28. Until then, if you have questions about this process, please contact Stephen Moseley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or another member of the Vision Team.
See you in worship Feb. 28!