Making Church Matter

The Rebuilt Road Show: Why We’re Bringing Rebuilt To You

April 11, 2019

Rebuilt is all about awakening the faithful, reaching the lost, and making church matter. The books led us to develop and host the Rebuilt Conference, a two day event of amazing music and messages inspiring and equipping a 1,000 church leaders from hundreds of different parishes. Last April we hosted our second Rebuilt Conference, the first in our new church. It was an incredible experience but one we knew we would struggle to repeat on an annual basis. The decision was made to host it instead every other year. But we knew we wanted to maintain the momentum and interest we’d built. That’s when the idea of Rebuilt “on the road” was born.

The road show is a one-day version of our Rebuilt Conference. This spring we will offer four programs all on the East Coast: Boston, Baltimore, Suburban New York, and Boca Raton. It’s meant to be an accessible and affordable opportunity for parishes in the region to bring their leadership teams together for reflection and renewal, without making a big commitment of time or money.

The Rebuilt Road Show will be informative and instructional, as we take a fresh look at parish renewal. Participants will be hearing from both me and Tom Corcoran, as well as members of our team as we help you reflect on what your parish really looks like, what’s going on, and what needs to change.

Through engaging exercises we’ll help you think creatively about leading your parish forward and provide tools you can use to guide your church through change. We’ll help you set SMART goals: specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely. Most of all we will inspire you to rebuild, and we’ll have a lot of fun too. Your parish team will love it.

To find out more please check out our website: www.rebuiltevents.com

 

The Rebuilt Road Show

April 25:   Boca Raton, FL: Ascension Catholic Church

May 1:       Baltimore, MD: Church of the Nativity

May 16:    Boston (Belmont), MA: St. Joseph Catholic

May 23:    Westfield, NJ (north Jersey): St. Helen’s Church

 

 

 

 

 

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