Nov 17th 2020

Missional Communities of the Future

A Saturate Webinar


As with every other aspect of church, mission, and ministry, COVID has forced leaders to ask, “What’s most important?” Every ministry philosophy and structure has been impacted, and missional communities have not been exempt from such reconsiderations.
In our final “Church of the Future” webinar, a panel of leaders in Soma churches from various contexts across the US will share lessons they’ve learned during COVID around what missional communities might look like long after COVID. From new priorities, to new rhythms, to new ways of pursuing mission, to new levels of knownness, you’ll be encouraged as you hear stories from other missional communities, and consider what changes might be ahead for your own.

Alison Martin

Alison Martin leads Missional Communities in Administration & Mobilization at Doxa Church in Bellevue, Washington. Alison is married to Brian and mom to three. She is originally from Canada but currently calls Redmond, Washington home.

James Duff

Pastor Duff or just Duff as everyone calls him, has been married to his beautiful wife Miranda for over 11 years and together they have four beautiful kids. Duff has been leading in the local church for the last seventeen years working with youth and families. As he leads The Hill in Mount Holly, New Jersey, his desire is for God’s people, the church, to be an intricate part of people’s everyday life as they share the good news of Jesus.

Jared Pickney

Jared leads vision and direction of The Crossing Church in Paragould, Arkansas. He and his wife Megan have 3 children. They helped plant The Crossing in 2012.

Jared grew up in Paragould and loves using his training and heart for the area to help people experience and enjoy the real Jesus.