keep-calm-and-find-a-mentor-1Planning a life of ministry?
Disillusioned with traditional Church?
We can help.


We are an emergent church focusing on helping young ministers get a good start.

The future of the Christian Church is uncertain.
We’ve found some footing on this shaky ground.

We would love to share our experience with you.


Come intern with us!

In college? Seminary?
Looking for an internship to fulfill your practicum, or just gain experience?
Would you like to see how an emergent Christian community works?

Contact us.

.HammackDoug-150x150When I was young, many of my cohort shared my deep discontent. “Where are our mentors?
That was twenty-five years ago.

I determined when I was older and wiser that I would coach and mentor young leaders. I’m older now (and considerably wiser).
I’d love you to come intern with us.


 

steven parkerFor years I did not realize that my views of God, myself, and the spiritual life were hurting me. I just knew life wasn’t working. Doug and the NRCC community helped me reframe my understanding of the spiritual life, get unstuck, and to transcend some of my limiting assumptions.

I now have a larger picture of Reality. Our work has brought focus and effectiveness to my life, career, and spiritual journey.
– Steven Parker (worship leader, attorney, seeker)


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A Christian church as troubled as ours calls for “all hands on deck.” When our community hears this call, the best we have to offer is our experience. If you’re a young leader taking up the challenge of restoring Christianity to relevance and health, our community has learned a lot:
– about reframing the Christian narrative.
– about starting churches.
– about creating communities of spiritual health.
– about personal health and ministry longevity.

Let’s talk.

We’re working with several local seminaries to be an authorized intern site. We’d love to work with yours. Personal mentoring is a big priority for us, as well as personal experience in all areas of church life.

There is a disturbing trend in seminaries. Fewer and fewer students plan careers in the church. And those who do, after doing an internship in a local church, often return to change their career plans.

Our hope is to challenge that trend among students who intern with us. If ministry is a fit for your life and passion, interning with us will give you the tools to chart a career path that will work for you.

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