Whether you lead a company, a small group, or a family, you have faced the difficulty of decision making in uncertainty. Join us on Monday, September 14 over a Zoom gathering of leaders throughout our church. This year, we will be talking about finding opportunities in crisis, preparing for a Post-COVID world, and holding plans loosely.
Join Sean Carroll for this 3-week class and discover what Ward is all about; our beliefs and vision. This class is recommended for membership at Ward, though it does not obligate you to become a member. The class revolves around God’s Story, Your Story, and the World’s Story. It explores Ward’s DNA: our key beliefs in these three key areas.
When the COVID-19 quarantine began, most of us were able to shift to new ways of communication and interaction without face-to-face opportunities. However, some in our community felt cut off from loved ones, and did not have the knowledge or equipment for even watching Ward worship services. That’s where the Ward’s COVID-19 technology team stepped in.
Weather permitting, we will gather outdoors for a time of worship every Wednesday at 7 p.m. Here, we can sing and pray and express collectively what has felt held-in for so long. This will be a simple service, including a short message, scripture and worship.
We’re pleased to share that Sean Carroll has accepted the call of Assistant Pastor, serving as the Pastor of Spiritual Care and Formation. Sean brings with him a Master of Arts in Counseling and Master of Divinity from Covenant Theological Seminary. His experience as a family pastor with a background in counseling and youth work will be an asset to the team.
Robyn Marcotte has joined the Ward Church staff as the Director of Strategic Alignment. Robyn will oversee the strategic planning process and help translate the plan into staff operations. This part-time role was created to fill some of duties formerly covered by the Executive Pastor, Tyler Groff.