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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52773
Doc. No:TL22727
Call number:‭3258631‬
Main Entry:Matthew D. McClung
Title & Author:Forming Wesleyan community through small group ministryMatthew D. McClung
College:Saint Mary Seminary and Graduate School of Theology
Date:2007
Degree:D.Min.
student score:2007
Page No:230
Abstract:The focus of this project is creating Small Group Ministry through the lens of John Wesley's understanding of true and intimate Christian community. The major question explored is how Small Group Ministry helps to form and transform Christian community and allows ways for Christians to take care of one another in the body of Christ through mutual accountability and discipleship. This project is focused specifically on the use of the 40 Days of Community curriculum used to implement the Small Group Ministry. The project incorporates a team approach to creating and sustaining Small Group Ministry beyond the scope of this project. The locus of this project is at the Medina United Methodist Church in Medina, Ohio from September 2004 to October 2005. A history of the church provides a setting for the project at the time this project was occurring. Small Group Ministry participants were surveyed before and after the 40 Days of Community program to determine levels of change of the congregation. Personal reflection and evaluation are also part of the project.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Community formation; Small group ministry; Wesleyan; Clergy; Theology; 0319:Clergy; 0469:Theology
Added Entry:M. G. Woost
Added Entry:Saint Mary Seminary and Graduate School of Theology