Helen Alvaré, an internationally recognized scholar on the family and an advisor to the Holy See, and Jared Smyth, Communio’s national director of church strategy, host an exclusive discussion on how the current crisis can be a time for renewing the Church.
Communio quickly developed an online toolbox of free and inexpensive digital resources and outreach strategies pastors can leverage to serve marriages at this time of crisis. We call it the COVID Crisis Toolbox for Relationships.
Will marriage be the next victim of COVID-19? Join Communio and the nation's leading sociologist on marriage – Dr. Brad Wilcox – to learn about the challenges and opportunities for marriages during this COVID-19 pandemic.
One of Communio’s most dynamic church clients, LCBC Church, hosted its largest ever Outreach Event with more than 6,200 attending their “Great Date” experience on 13 of its campuses across central and southern Pennsylvania.
Communio just launched its largest initiative ever and first citywide project of 2020.
The Amon Carter Foundation and the Miles Foundation have provided start-up funding for Communio to build its fourth, family-strengthening, City Platform in Tarrant County, Texas – home of Fort Worth.
Communio is launching a three-year initiative to equip local churches in Denver, CO to strengthen marriages, reduce divorce, and grow their congregations through Data-Informed, Full-Circle Relationship Ministry™.
The 100-year old St. Matthew Catholic Church in Conshohocken, Pa. will become a model for parish renewal in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia by implementing Communio’s Data-Informed, Full-Circle Relationship Ministry™.
Communio, a national nonprofit that consults with churches to leverage data insights and ministry best practices to strengthen marriages and relationships, has launched its first new City Platform this summer.
Communio just wrapped up another successful two-day training and planning session with one of the most influential Mainline Protestant churches in the United States – the historic Truro Anglican Church in Fairfax.
With Communio’s help, LCBC Church, with more than 18,000 adult attendees, is now making relationship ministry for singles, married, those preparing for marriage, and those in crisis their number one priority in 2020.