We are working to create a new online community where we can keep the conversation going. Through this portal, you and other friends of Alban will be able to build your own interest groups, exchange ideas, and easily download information and resources.
For instance, those who attend Alban learning events can keep in touch and continue the learning process long after the event has ended. Readers of Alban books can connect with each other—and with the author. Consultants can carry on their work with congregations between visits. And, members can talk with each other about their hopes and concerns for their congregations.
The Alban Community will be open soon. Stay tuned for more information on this exciting new way to connect.
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