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<b><i>Clergy Notes</b></i> is a monthly publication by The Polis Center as a part of our Project on Religion and Urban Culture to provide information about issues that are of interest to clergy regarding their communities and urban life.
<b><i>Religion and Community</b></i> is a regular newsletter published by The Polis Center that relates general findings of the Project on Religion and Urban Culture and provides updates regarding the project. This newsletter is intended for a general audience.
<b><i>Research Notes</b></i> by The Polis Center provides a forum for discussing scholarly issues as part of the Project on Religion and Urban Culture. This newsletter is intended for people with an interest in substantive issues about the role of religion in the urban culture of Indianapolis and other American cities.
 <b><i>Responsive Communities</b></i> is intended to present new ideas for ministry by highlighting local, faith-based responses to important social issues.   Responsive Communities, as part of the Project on Religion and Urban Culture, is intended to answer questions such as:<Br>
<ul>
<li>Why is this particular ministry needed in our community?</li>
<li>Why would our congregation want to be involved?</li>
<li>What resources are necessary to sustain such a ministry?</li>
<li>What do we know—or not know—about ourselves and our community that would help us make a decision?</li></ul>
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Clergy Notes

      Clergy Notes is a monthly publication by The Polis Center as a part of our Project on Religion and Urban Culture to provide information about issues that are of interest to clergy regarding their communities and urban life.

Religion & Community

      Religion and Community is a regular newsletter published by The Polis Center that relates general findings of the Project on Religion and Urban Culture and provides updates regarding the project. This newsletter is intended for a general audience.

Research Notes

      Research Notes by The Polis Center provides a forum for discussing scholarly issues as part of the Project on Religion and Urban Culture. This newsletter is intended for people with an interest in substantive issues about the role of religion in the urban culture of Indianapolis and other American cities.

Responsive Communities

      Responsive Communities is intended to present new ideas for ministry by highlighting local, faith-based responses to important social issues. Responsive Communities, as part of the Project on Religion and Urban Culture, is intended to answer questions such as:
  • Why is this particular ministry needed in our community?
  • Why would our congregation want to be involved?
  • What resources are necessary to sustain such a ministry?
  • What do we know—or not know—about ourselves and our community that would help us make a decision?


 
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