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  • Institute for Black Catholic Studies

    Institute for Black Catholic Studies at Xavier University of Louisiana works to prepare lay men and women for more meaningful and effective ministry within the Black community and to inspire leadership among individuals of all ages.

  • Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference

    Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference works to “strengthen the capacity and network of the African American faith community and its leaders to address the needs of those it serves.”

  • Leadership Network

    Leadership Network in Dallas fosters church innovation by working with leaders in a variety of denominations. It  has support groups for pastors in different stages of their careers, and its website includes resources related to burnout.

    Contact: 800-765-5323, 214-969-5950.
  • Mars Hill Church

    Mars Hill Church in Seattle uses its own social network, The City, to keep members of its several campuses connected. Mark Driscoll is pastor.

  • Catholic Diocese of San Jose

    The Catholic Diocese of San Jose, Calif., uses Facebook and Twitter to stay in touch with local Catholics.

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