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Brian Frick is the Associate for Camp and Conferences Ministries with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He has been involved in camp and conference ministry since high school. For the past ten years, Brian has served as program director of Johnsonburg Center in New Jersey, Westminster Woods in California, and Heartland Center in Missouri.

Camp and conference ministry compliments and partners with other ministry aspects of our church to foster faith development and reflection. As our communities and our church changes, our ministries need to grow and adapt with creative and emergent programming and leadership to meet new realities.

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September 12, 2012

Farm the Land - Grow the Spirit

Building Peace While Growing Food - Together

Farm the Land Grow the SpiritStony Point Center in Stony Point, NY, a center of the Presbyterian Mission Council, has developed a program for Young Adults from multiple faith backgrounds to come together to farm, and learn and share our faiths.  The transformative affect of such a program enriches personal faith and commitment to the faith tradition we come in with - whether it be Christian, Jewish, Muslim or other.  Programs like this are a wonderful step towards building understanding and peace in the multi-cultural reality of our society and the world we all inhabit.
Check out this video for some inspiration!
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How are you serving young adults with impactful programming?  Can your ministries deeply affect the faith life of young adults on their terms in a way that strengthens all?
What resources and skills do you have that are relevant to young adults today?

Tags: camp, conference center, eco-justice, faith, farming, multi-cultural, multi-faith, organic, pc(usa), spirituality, stony point, young adults


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