Church planting, voluntary apostolic, relational oversight of local church networks.
Bauer Evans firstname.lastname@example.org (508) 226-5312
Egalitarian; may vary by congregation
An association of churches focusing on Leadership, Church health & Kingdom Expansion
Dr. Dale Salico
970 E. Village Oaks Dr. - Suite 101
Covina, CA 91724
United Church of Christ (UCC)
Rev. Jim Antal
1 Badger Road
Framingham, MA 17020
United Methodist (UMC)
Bishop Peter D. Weaver
New England Conference
276 Essex Street 5th Floor
Lawrence, MA 01840-1516
United Reformed Churches of North America
Federation Clerk Rev. Bradd L. Nymeyer
227 1st Ave. SE
Sioux Center, IA 51250
Telephone & Fax: (712) 722-1965 www.urcna.org
Vineyard Christian Fellowship
Roots: Calvary Chapel & John Wimber; Quest for the Radical Middle
Eastern Region Overseer
Rev. Phil Strout
Pathway Vineyard Church
9 Foss Road
P. O. Box 1610
Lewiston, ME 04241
Rev. W. Paul James
793 Corinth Rd.
Queensbury, NY 12804
Willow Creek Association
A network of 12,000+ churches from 90 denominations and 35 countries.
“…what unites…is a passion for God and a pioneering spirit.”
Further Definitions: The terms “Conservative“, “Charismatic” and “Pentecostal” carry with them the assumption that these denominations are also Evangelical.
* Egalitarian or Complementarian. In denominations, particularly with a congregational system of polity, the emphasis or practice of a given view varies from congregation to congregation. For our purposes here the focus of these views has to do with a denomination’s stand on women in leadership, particularly ordained pastors. Egalitarian would mean they are in favor of women in the pastorate; Complementarian would mean they are not in favor of it.