Guest Post by Ken G Crawford
The concert was fantastic. Alex MacDonald, piano and Lucas Aleman, violin, brought a dynamic mix of pieces spanning over 100 years of composition to a crowd of around 100. The evening started with refreshments on the lawn under the trees, and the weather cooperated beautifully.
Blake Schwarz began the program by briefly describing his vision for the campus as a gathering place for a diverse community, similar to the watering holes where we as people as well as our wild kingdom neighbors may gather and interact. Unfortunately, such places are being lost in our culture, so it is important to both preserve the ones we have as well as incubate new ones. Further, Blake envisions equipping and supporting a new generation of church leaders prepared to share the Gospel in this 21st Century.
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Central Commons is a new nonprofit that exists to equip the next generation of church leaders and prepare the way for the next wave of church plants. Led by Blake Schwarz and The Pegasus Institute, Central Commons is raising funds to purchase the Central Christian Church property, which serves hundreds of people from all walks of life who are already gathering on the campus looking for community and care each week.
In order to preserve this space for Gospel renewal in Dallas, we need to collect $3 million in donations by June 15. We are pleased to report that our online donation link is LIVE, and we need your help to reach our goal!
How can you help?
Your partnership with Central Commons enables us to strategically equip the next generation of new churches in Dallas and beyond. We are thankful for you!
The Pegasus Institute