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November 14, 2020
10:00AM-12:00PM

Neighboring--Building Relationships:  How congregations can be part of a movement to Love Our Neighbors

SOS Vibrant Church Conference 2020

Zoom Meeting

Zoom on Nov 14th 10am – 12pm

Neighboring--Building Relationships:  How congregations can be part of a movement to Love Our Neighbors


'Neighboring' is about simply loving our neighbor.  Neighboring means different things and takes on many different forms of actions in our congregations and homes. From formal outreach ministries and invitations, to the informal “hello” at the end of the driveway or over the back-yard fence, neighboring is happening. But what would it look like if each congregation, joined with civic leaders, and social service agencies, and crossed denominational divides to actually work together to learn from one another and teach one another about loving our neighbor? What if we could form a collaborative, that helps create a community-wide neighboring movement? Tune in to learn more about how to start a neighboring movement in your congregation and community. We will talk with Pastor Joel Seymour and Deacon Diane Schwiger-Alexander about how the movement came together in the Lancaster area and how it continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of one community, even in a global pandemic.

Pastor Joel Seymour is Lead Pastor of the Lancaster Vineyard Church and founder of the Art of Neighboring Team in Lancaster, OH.  Deacon Diane Schwiger-Alexander is a rostered minister of the ELCA, and former interim pastor of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Lancaster.

This session is based on the book, The Art of Neighboring. It is highly recommended that you read the book and check out the authors' website at: artofneighboring.com

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2020-11-14 10:00:00 2020-11-14 10:00:00 America/Detroit Neighboring--Building Relationships:  How congregations can be part of a movement to Love Our Neighbors Zoom on Nov 14th 10am – 12pm Neighboring--Building Relationships:  How congregations can be part of a movement to Love Our Neighbors 'Neighboring' is about simply loving our neighbor.  Neighboring means different things and takes on many different forms of actions in our congregations and homes. From formal outreach ministries and invitations, to the informal “hello” at the end of the driveway or over the back-yard fence, neighboring is happening. But what would it look like if each congregation, joined with civic leaders, and social service agencies, and crossed denominational divides to actually work together to learn from one another and teach one another about loving our neighbor? What if we could form a collaborative, that helps create a community-wide neighboring movement? Tune in to learn more about how to start a neighboring movement in your congregation and community. We will talk with Pastor Joel Seymour and Deacon Diane Schwiger-Alexander about how the movement came together in the Lancaster area and how it continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of one community, even in a global pandemic. Pastor Joel Seymour is Lead Pastor of the Lancaster Vineyard Church and founder of the Art of Neighboring Team in Lancaster, OH.  Deacon Diane Schwiger-Alexander is a rostered minister of the ELCA, and former interim pastor of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Lancaster. This session is based on the book, The Art of Neighboring. It is highly recommended that you read the book and check out the authors' website at: artofneighboring.com Click HERE to Register Now! Zoom Meeting