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Southeast

Sara Hayden

mission catalyst

based in Atlanta, GA

phone  404-333-4359

 

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About Sara:

Sara Hayden grew up in a new church, and served the past five years directing church planning efforts as Executive Director of the New Church Development Commission, based in Atlanta, Georgia. To her, evangelism is not just “one more 

thing” Christians do – it is the faithful response to the good news that makes all the other ministries of God’s people a reality. She is thrilled to continue resourcing communities, churches and leaders throughout the southeast (and nationally) as they pursue new expressions of church that both seek the welfare and reflect the God-given gifts of their communities. She joins Craig and Shannon as they work strategically to develop and equip churches and leaders 

(both lay and ordained) to create the kind of faithful communities that make disciples of Jesus Christ in the 21st -century. Have an idea? Want to discern how God is already active in your midst? Let’s talk!

 

What do you love about working with Presbyinnovate? 

Working with our interns and coaching and supporting

people who are starting a new thing!
What is your favorite food?

 I love spicy things. We have a great Indian restaurant across from our house — it’s part church, part Indian banquet hall, part montessori school.  Ah, synergy ;)
Where is a place you've never been that you'd love see? 

Two places especially close to my heart are Havana, Cuba, and Crested Butte, Colorado. I studied abroad in Cuba back in 2003, and really want to take my family there someday to see Cuba “off the grid.” 
A book you've read/are reading you could recommend to planters? 

I love Nick Warnes’ forthcoming book, Starting Missional Churches.  It’s empowering and provocative.  
What is a "third space" where you spend time building relationships with people where you live and work?

My local “Y” and our neighborhood park. 
A Bible verse that undergirds your ministry/life?

The parable of the sower (Mark 4, Luke 8, Matt. 13)