The Zoe Project
Princeton Theological Seminary
Jan. 24-26, 2019
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We’ve noticed that 20-somethings tend to seek life, relationships, and transcendent experiences in places outside of the church…often, in lieu of attending weekly worship and church programming designed with the hope of reaching just that age group. Have you noticed that, too?
What if, instead of constantly trying new marketing techniques to reach out to young adults (23-29) in our communities, churches came alongside young adults in these places and spaces, and asked them to be our teachers?
What if we were willing to explore new ways to build relationships with and build the faith of young adults in our communities, thereby seeking new life together?
The Zoe Project is dedicated to building life-supporting relationships between young adults and Christian congregations. Twelve congregations will set out to nurture young adult faith through this three-year program, designed to enable congregations to engage with their communities and the young adults within them in new and innovative ways. This project is funded by a grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc. and will be headquartered at Princeton Theological Seminary.
Find out more about the Zoe Project at http://zoeproject.ptsem.edu/