Based on Acts 11:19-30, the Antioch Project places encouragers into churches who are geared for Kingdom growth and, through self study, interviews, round table discussion and conversations, recommends 3-5 new ministry strategies to help the church move into a new era of fruitfulness.
Earlier this year, PCFUMC entered into this process. On October 6-7, we hosted the Barnabas Weekend, where leaders of the Church Health Team of the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church engaged in these acts of discovery.
On October 15, during a Joint Sunday School session, Executive Director of Healthy Church, Rev. Bob Alford, came and presented these recommendations: antioch.pdf