• Work and experiential trips: include recommended reflection material and activities into work trips to assist us
  • Sunday mornings: staff can present, facilitate conversations or preach
  • Group presentations and reflection sessions
  • Poverty simulation experiences
  • Conversation or consultation: dive deeper into ways to better understand wealth and poverty, race and injustice, and how you can follow the boundary-breaking Jesus
  • Extended learning relationship: adopt Warren UMC or the Hub Community Center and Clarksville churches as prayer partners to listen to the community, send service learning teams and commit to specific financial support for work
  • Extrovert the process: using the lessons we’ve learned, staff can help you discover the fullness of your neighborhood and learn how to better be the church by, with and for multi-class and/or multi-ethnic neighbors
  • Presence: come and spend time at Warren UMC, Dallas Bethlehem Center or The Hub volunteering and shadowing staff