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Faith Based Community Growth Initiative      

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Building Community Capacity Through Faith and Works

Psalm 111:7 - The works of his hands are faithful and just; all his precepts are trustworthy.

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Building Trusted Networks

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Building a More Resilient Nation

In our 21st Century Knowledge Economy Institutions of faith have an opportunity to support growth and understand how church plays a central role in strengthening our communities.

The National Minority's Global Resilience Industry Seminar is open to church leaders who want to partner with industry to reduce poverty and increase employment.

The Power of Passion

Church growth has been correlated to the extent to which the congregation "has a clear mission and purpose".    Congregations that are spiritually vital and alive tend to understand that faith based organizations can provide to communities in ways that no other organization in society can.


Not only is church the moral beacon for their community, they can be a source for purpose and passion.   As vital congregations and church leaders move to understand their community needs more will embrace the growing need for workforce development and education scaffolding.   

Central to congregational vitality is the need to embrace change.  Churches need to understand how the world is changing beyond email and social media.  Building a thriving congregation in the 21st Century needs to include a passion for learning and exploring how God's mission is connected to the world of work.  

Rising Tide Academy

Rising Tide Academy

Home Ownership

High Growth - High Demand Jobs

The technology industry is hiring

Providing Access to the Knowledge Economy

When church growth and vitality are linked to recruitment and retention clergy and congregational leaders can look to community health and well being. 


Ministries that target young adults with growing families need to consider identifying with the changing nature of work.  Working virtually,  more frequent job changes, growing entrepreneurial/ownership vs employment, and the growing desire for lifestyle based decisions are but a few examples.

As church leaders begin to consider the social context of family, community and house of worship there is an opportunity to build constructs around the need for emotional support and an inclusive culture that builds on the wider communities need for connectivity and resources. 

Work-life is a central source of schedule conflict for both church leaders and parishioners alike. 

VCAN works to better integrate community work life with church though small groups,  virtual/in church education classes and the creation of one-on-one mentorships that assist the congregation and community better understand the convergence of the world of work, faith, hope and love.

Regardless of the size of your church VCAN can bring a new conversation about inclusion and opportunity.  VCAN asks church leaders to consider how the knowledge economy and a purpose filled congregation can  be a source of new members and new outcomes like home ownership. 

An Overview of the Federal Grants Process

Guidance to Faith Based and Community Organizations

Do's and Don'ts for Faith-Based Organizations

Catholic Church

68.2m

Southern Baptist Convention

16.1m

United Methodist Church

7.7m

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

6.2m

 Church listings for Denominations/Communions in North America (US/Canada) in millions (m)

The Church of God in Christ

5.5m

National Baptist Convention

5.2m

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

4.3m

National Baptist Convention of America

3.5m

Assemblies of God

3m

Presbyterian Church

2.7m

African Methodist Episcopal Church

2.5m

National Missionary Baptist Convention of America

2.5m

The Lutheran Church

2.3m

The Episcopal Church

2m

Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc

1.8m

Churches of Christ

1.6m

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

1.5m

The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

1.4m

American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A.

1.3m

Jehovah’s Witnesses

1.3m

Church of God

1.1m

 Christian Churches and Churches of Christ

1.1m

Seventh-day Adventist Church

1.1m

United Church of Christ

1.1m

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