Chris Travis lives in New York City where
he works as a pastor and a writer. He taught some of our nation's neediest children
at a New York City public school in central Harlem. He now leads a team working to
establish a new church in Manhattan called Everyday Church.
Chris Travis is the author of Unnamed (Standard Publishing, 2010)
and Insignificant (Baker Publishing). Before any of that, he was an atheist,
deeply troubled by the seemingly meaningless suffering in the world. He met God in
the pages of Scripture and never looked back. He lives in Manhattan with his wife
Lindsay and a son Rowan.
PRE-CONFERENCE: Planting an Urban Church: Orienting Expectations and Best Practices
Do you feel called to plant an urban church? Are you interesting in learning more about what starting
a new church in a city might look like? Learn from seven experienced church planters from around the
country about their experience planting a church in an urban context. Time: Monday, 1:00-5:00pm Location:E202