When this event is over the exploration is not over. There are 4 different paths that you can take.
- D.I.Y.: Use Mission Possible to rethink your local outreach/mission and/or use Good Brunches in your communities to gather different people for good. If, in doing the above, you decide you want to apply for an innovation grant, you are free to do so.Take these tools back to start a new place with new people that makes a positive impact in your community.
- BWC Innovation Path: Connect with others for encouragement and support to innovate and, perhaps, apply for an Innovation Grant. This pathway includes monthly gatherings (some physical, some virtual) and opportunities to bring your teams to an Idea Hatch-A-Thon to incubate your idea further.
- Change Makers Project: For young adults (ages 18-35) who feel called to do life and do church for the thriving of community. This high touch, high support pathway includes a week-long Learning Lab in London that immerses you in a post-Christendom culture with different missional communities and teaches you how to start something back home. Test and reflect on those ideas with your cohort and then finish the experience in a week long experience that ends with the ability to pitch and pledge to impact investors and other people’s friends! Learn more and apply today.
- Wesley Innovation Hub: Wesley Theological Seminary is seeking 15 partner congregations within a 40-mile radius of the U.S. Capitol to engage in a two-year innovative learning and design process - the Wesley Innovation Hub - to build relationships and create ministries with young adults both within and beyond the walls of the church. At the end of the first year, each congregation will receive up to $20,000 to utilize in their experimentation and implementation. Apply by April 30 to join the Wesley Innovation Hub this summer.