New England Urban Church Planting: Experiencing COVID-19 as a Poor Community with Chip Anderson (Podcast #4)
Early on, as we began this COVID-19 journey, I was asked to be interviewed (again) by Tim at NEU (New England Urban) Church Planting (formerly known as The Philip Center). I was grateful for the chance to share my thoughts and, of course, to talk about CPC in The Hill and our Hill community.
In this interview I also spend time talking about "Strong Ties" and "Weak Ties" and how these ties are important during non-crises times and crises times (like COVID-19)––and why it is important to have Weak Ties in place before a crisis happens upon us, especially for urban/inner-city churches and churches existing in resource-lacking communities.
This podcast interview is about 35 minutes long, but recaps well the issues facing Hill-like communities in the face of COVID-19.
The first interview can be found here >> Church Planting among the Poor and Empowering the Poor
Wasted Blogger, Chip M. Anderson
I am the pastor and church planter for Christ Presbyterian Church in The Hill; a flawed practitioner of Wasted Evangelism. I am learning about Wasted Evangelism through my experience in The Hill and through the good people of CPC in The Hill.