City Lab: Calling toward Community Renewal

City Lab: Calling toward Community Renewal

Redeemer West Side (map)

City Lab is an annual series of events designed to equip and connect ministry leaders in New York City.

This is the first Keynote of the 2018-19 City Lab series on Compassion and Justice: The Kingdom at the Margins. Tim Keller and Efrem Smith will address the Biblical Calling to Engage in Community Renewal.

REGISTER HERE (Cost: $20)

SPEAKERS:
EFREM SMITH

Pastor Efrem Smith is an internationally recognized leader who uses motivational speaking and preaching to equip people for a life of transformation. He consults on issues of multi-ethnicity, leadership and community development. Pastor Smith is the former president and CEO of World Impact, an urban mission, church planting and leadership development organization. He is the current co-lead Pastor of Bayside Church in Sacramento, CA. He’s the author of several books, including his latest, “Killing Us Softly.”

Pastor Smith is a graduate of Saint John's University and Luther Theological Seminary. He received an honorary doctor of ministry degree from Ashland Theological Seminary, and is currently a doctoral student in Church Leadership at Fuller Seminary.

TIM KELLER

Timothy Keller is Chairman of Redeemer City to City and the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, which he started in 1989 with his wife, Kathy, and three young sons. For over twenty-five years he has led a diverse congregation of urban professionals that has grown to a weekly attendance of over 5,000.

Dr. Keller grew up in Pennsylvania and was educated at Bucknell University, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Westminster Theological Seminary. He previously served as the pastor of West Hopewell Presbyterian Church in Hopewell, Virginia, Associate Professor of Practical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, and Director of Mercy Ministries for the Presbyterian Church in America.


UPCOMING CITY LAB SERIES:

Friday, September 21, 2018 - The Biblical Calling to Engage in Community Renewal

Friday, November 9, 2018 - The Church as Good Neighbor

Friday, January 11, 2019 - From Compassion to Transformation

Friday, March 8, 2019 - Engaging Issues of Systemic Injustice

Friday, May 10, 2019 - Fostering Collaboration for the Common Good

REGISTER HERE (Cost: $20)

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - QUEENS (map)

HFNY volunteers will work with Habitat NYC to rehabilitate vacant, dilapidated homes in the Hollis section of Queens for low-income families. Volunteers will be working on affordable single family homes formerly owned by the New York City Housing Authority and sold to Habitat for $1 each. No construction experience is necessary as the Habitat staff will provide the training necessary. 

Work could include demolition of the house to its structural shell, digging out the basement foundation, framing and other carpentry, sheetrock, flooring, or painting.

There will be a Habitat shuttle that drives volunteers to the work site from the E/J train stop to Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer. 

REGISTER HERE

**Limited spots available

Worship Night

Worship Night

Salvation Army ISJC (map)

Join us for an extended Night of Worship in the heart of Manhattan.

Intro to Hope

Intro to Hope

Salvation Army ISJC (map)

If you're new to Hope, come enjoy a free meal, learn the history of Hope, our values, mission, and how you can get involved!

Just grab your lunch after the Worship Gathering (the meal is complimentary and is set-up in the back of the Worship Gathering space) and the location is in the basement. We'll begin around 12:30p.

Email drew@hopechurchnyc.org for more info.

Worship Night

Worship Night

Salvation Army ISJC (map)

Join us for an extended Night of Worship in the heart of Manhattan.

City Lab: The Church as Good Neighbor

City Lab: The Church as Good Neighbor

Redeemer West Side (map)

City Lab is an annual series of events designed to equip and connect ministry leaders in New York City.

This is the second Keynote of the 2018-19 City Lab series on Compassion and Justice: The Kingdom at the Margins. 

DETAILS TBA. 

UPCOMING CITY LAB SERIES:

Friday, September 21, 2018 - The Biblical Calling to Engage in Community Renewal

Friday, November 9, 2018 - The Church as Good Neighbor

Friday, January 11, 2019 - From Compassion to Transformation

Friday, March 8, 2019 - Engaging Issues of Systemic Injustice

Friday, May 10, 2019 - Fostering Collaboration for the Common Good
 

 

Thanksgiving Potluck

Thanksgiving Potluck

TBD (map)

Join us for our Thanksgiving Potluck!  

Details TBA

Intro to Hope

Intro to Hope

Salvation Army ISJC (map)

If you're new to Hope, come enjoy a free meal, learn the history of Hope, our values, mission, and how you can get involved!

Just grab your lunch after the Worship Gathering (the meal is complimentary and is set-up in the back of the Worship Gathering space) and the location is in the basement. We'll begin around 12:30p.

Email drew@hopechurchnyc.org for more info.

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - QUEENS (map)

HFNY volunteers will work with Habitat NYC to rehabilitate vacant, dilapidated homes in the Hollis section of Queens for low-income families. Volunteers will be working on affordable single family homes formerly owned by the New York City Housing Authority and sold to Habitat for $1 each. No construction experience is necessary as the Habitat staff will provide the training necessary. 

Work could include demolition of the house to its structural shell, digging out the basement foundation, framing and other carpentry, sheetrock, flooring, or painting.

There will be a Habitat shuttle that drives volunteers to the work site from the E/J train stop to Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer. 

REGISTER HERE

**Limited spots available

Team Night Dinner Party!

Team Night Dinner Party!

Rooftop Room (map)

Join us for a night for our volunteer teams to eat, celebrate, worship, and pray as we enter the new year. 

If you're part of a team or interested in joining a team, we'd love to see you there!

Dinner will be served at 7:30p and the actual program begins at 8:00p. 

Please RSVP through our online system or emailing drew@hopechurchnyc.org so we know how much food to prepare.  

Contact drew@hopechurchnyc.org for more info or if you'd like to join a team! 

Do For One Christmas Party

Do For One Christmas Party

TBD (map)

Join us for our Do for One Christmas Party! 

Details TBD

Intro to Hope

Intro to Hope

Salvation Army ISJC (map)

If you're new to Hope, come enjoy a free meal, learn the history of Hope, our values, mission, and how you can get involved!

Just grab your lunch after the Worship Gathering (the meal is complimentary and is set-up in the back of the Worship Gathering space) and the location is in the basement. We'll begin around 12:30p.

Email drew@hopechurchnyc.org for more info.