What do you want to do on the Hub today?
This question has been our focus recently. We are thinking especially of helping new members get underway quickly, and encouraging anyone who found a previous visit tricky to give the Hub another try.
Over the past five years, the Hub has accumulated amazing content to support each other in ministry. Whatever your church tradition we want you to be able to find the best resources and discussions easily and quickly.
We’ve identified the things you might be looking for on any particular visit to the Hub such as
- I need help right now with ...
- I want to know about ...
- I just want to chat... etc.
This thinking process has led to our new homepage layout giving ministry members simplified, one-step access to the most commonly needed actions and pages. If you are new to the Hub, still finding your way around or unsure what is possible, we hope you find the new button links helpful.
The whole site from discussions to resources, practitioners to organisations and much more is still available through the top menu bar as before. We're just adding a helping hand to find the content you need in the moment.
Our homepage for associate members will be getting an update in due course, once we see how this one goes. In the meantime, the new layout for ministry members means that all resources, professional listings and research questions are easier to find, so it would be great for any associate members to add/update content and details on the Hub.
The Hub is for everyone in ministry - you can join with others who understand the issues, share the experience and offer mutual support.
If you haven't taken a look at the Hub for a while, now is a great time to take another look. You'll find it easier than ever to do healthy ministry together as you ask yourself, what do I want to do on the Hub today?
Learn about Project CDM, a Hub collaboration project to restore humanity to clergy discipline.
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