A featured track at Movement Day empowers participants in this New Year to experience community outside their comfort zone

The annual Movement Day Conference in New York City has become one of the fastest growing and most influential gatherings of urban ministry leaders in the country. This past October 2013 was the fourth Movement Day congress, which is hosted by Dr. Mac Pier, CEO of The New York City Leadership Center in collaboration with Redeemer City To City and co-hosted by American Bible Society. This event attracted some of the nation’s most prominent leaders engaged in city transformation through Gospel Movements.

This year a new afternoon learning track, “Innovative Churches and City Movements: The Church Has Left The Building!” empowered attendees to leave with practical ideas to encourage the development of community outside of their comfort zones. The coined phrase of the leaders was moving “from the couch to the community”. The track fostered innovation in the minds, and passion in the hearts of the individuals that attended. With this, they returned to their communities eager to implement the concepts and ideas shared during the time spent at the conference.

“I have personally witnessed Movement Day transform the city of New York through the collaborative efforts of the leaders involved in this conference and their various communities. The Innovative Churches and City Movements track, although new, had the capacity to bring this same level of transformation to neighborhoods across the United States.”-Dr. Mac Pier

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Dallas, the Church will leave the building this JANUARY 23rd!

Greater Dallas Movement Day 2013



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