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Jen Eisenberg, Director of the SENT Gathering at First Presbyterian Church in Lancaster
Jeff McClain, Lead Pastor at East Petersburg Mennonite Church
Kent Rice, Founder of East Petersburg Area Civic Center
Jesus taught us to love our neighbors as ourselves, but how should we do this in our current culture? Join us for a panel discussion with leaders who are helping churches think about loving their neighbors, but even more, are committed to doing it themselves on a daily basis. Each person attending will leave with practical examples and reflective questions to help them, and people at their church, think honestly about who their neighbors are and how they can practically extend love.
Jen Eisenberg loves to gather people to each other and the joyful Presence of God. She does this in several settings – through First Presbyterian Church as Director of the SENT Gathering, through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s Graduate and Faculty Ministry, as a spiritual director & mission coach to developing Christian leaders, and in her family with husband Jon and their two children.
Jeff McLain is the Lead Pastor at East Petersburg Mennonite Church, a faith community that is learning to live and love like Jesus in East Petersburg, PA. Jeff is committed to following Jesus, missional expressions, investing locally in his East Petersburg neighborhood, and living simply. He also coaches individuals, churches, and church plants interested in missional neighborhood difference making.
Kent Rice is a follower of Christ, a family man, and a dreamer. He’s got more passions than worries and would rather make a bad pun than think about anything too hard. His favorite place to be in ministry is at the crossroads of Mercy and Creativity.